What you need to know
Here you'll find a list of frequently asked questions about this exciting project. As we progress through the different project phases we will continue to update this section.
In order to continue to provide this vital community service we must reclad our Inpatient Unit within the next two years or put our ability to care for those who need us most at risk.
Additionally, increased demand for palliative care across the Harbour Hospice region means that, by as early as 2034, we will need to support at least another 300 patients and their families each year.
The Inpatient Unit at 7 Shea Terrace is temporarily closed, but is expected to re-open at the end of August 2021. During its temporary closure, specialist services and support for patients and families will continue to be delivered through increased care in the community and additional beds at our Inpatient Unit at Hibiscus House, located at 2A John Dee Cres, Red Beach. We have also relocated many of our non-clinical staff to Hibiscus House, dramatically reducing the demand for parking at Shea Terrace.
In terms of naming a room in the building, there are dedication and recognition opportunities available. Please talk this through with your visitor or contact Kate Thompson, Capital Campaign Manager firstname.lastname@example.org or on 021 581 090 / 09 486 1688.