Our services

We believe that everyone deserves to have the best quality of life possible. We aim to meet the unique physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs of those with a life-limiting illness, and to help maintain their dignity. We provide specialist palliative care for people with cancer and non-cancer life-limiting illnesses, at all stages of their illness.

We’re not just focused on our patients either. We recognise that it’s also a difficult time for relatives, carers and friends and we provide support for them, too.

We have three locations across Greater Manchester; Heald Green, Little Hulton, and the Neil Cliffe Centre, which is based at Wythenshawe Hospital. We can also provide support to people in their own homes in certain areas.

All our services are free of charge, and the sooner we’re involved, the more we can help.

Sarah McDonnell Little Hulton ward

Inpatient services

We're here to help people through one of the most difficult times of their lives.

The Being You Centre

We’re here to help you get back to feeling like yourself again.

Liz Brown Neil Cliffe Centre reiki

Supportive outpatients

Our supportive outpatient services are designed to help patients and their carers, families and friends cope better with their unique...

Home at home staff

Helping you at home

We can provide services to you in your home, in some areas – whether that’s your own home, a family...

Peter O'Brien Daycare patient

The whole person

Our support isn’t just about physical care. We care for the whole person, and our teams can help you with...

Support for carers

A carer can be anyone – a husband, wife, partner, family member, friend or neighbour.

Bereavement support

Our role is far from over when someone has died: we can also help people come to terms with their...

Use of health records

Here we explain why information is collected about our patients and the ways in which this information may be used.