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phone: 0161 624 2727


Families, Friends & Carers

It can be very scary having a loved one come into the Hospice. Many people think it is just "where you go to die" but many patients spend time with us at other stages of their illness and often leave here in a much better state than when they arrived. We help people with pain management, symptom control and rehabilitation after surgery amongst other things. We are not just here for the end of life and with our knowledge and expertise in palliative care, we are often well placed to help people right from diagnosis.


Hospice Facilities

Dr Kershaw's Hospice has an Inpatient Unit and Wellbeing Centre. The Inpatient Unit can house up to 8 patients at any one time and patients have their own private rooms. The Wellbeing Centre provides facilities for a maximum of 15 patients each morning and afternoon, Monday to Thursday, and offers a range of activities.

All patient accommodation has been refurbished and fully complies with current legislation.


Bereavement Support

Bereavement Support Is offered in a number of ways to reflect individual needs and choices.


Bereavement Café

This is a drop-in service held on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month, 2pm - 3:30pm at the Hospice.

This provides informal support, the opportunity to meet with others, share experiences and with staff on hand to provide a listening ear and signposting to other services as appropriate.

We occasionally organise social outings too.


Bereavement Group

This takes place in the 2nd Thursday of each month 7:30pm - 9pm. Please ring the hospice to book a place.


Walk and Talk Group

It can be difficult to get out and about when you have lost a loved one and sometimes a little gentle exercise and meet up with others can help.

This is an opportunity to access informal support outside of the hospice. The monthly walks are leisurely, utilising public parks and pathways around Oldham.

They provide the opportunity for a little gentle exercise and fresh air with the support of others to either walk or share your thoughts or just to walk along in companionship. Our walks are linked in with Oldham’s Lets Go for a Walk scheme providing the opportunity to join other walks.

Staff are also available for one-to-one support if this is preferred.

Services of remembrance are held in May and December each year. These will be advertised widely around Oldham, on our website and social media.

The details of our walks can be found on our Facebook page and on the calendar for Walking for Health. If you prefer to ring the hospice for dates and times, please call 0161 624 2727. provides accurate and independent information on more than 24,000 prescription drugs, over-the-counter medicines and natural products. Augmentin 875 dosage Doctors may ask people to stop taking certain supplements or medications while on the antibiotics, if possible. Higher Css was found in patients with metformin monotherapy, while patients with longer duration of metformin use had significantly higher Css became the only parameter that influenced FBG level (P < 0.05). Metformin weight loss pcos Losing weight is tough on the road.