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Our vision is a community where every person and their loved ones
have access to free hospice care in their own home
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Lawrence Nurses provides people with free, hospice care in their home.
We also offer support to their families and loved ones.

Local GP Dr. Martin Lawrence’s dying wish was that patients in his practice should be able to die at home; his wish was made a reality through the work of District Nurse Jane Phillips MBE. The charity was founded in 1999 and celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. The service has grown and now provides hospice at home care covering 5 GP surgeries in Oxfordshire. Based in Chipping Norton a team of 18 registered nurses work in partnership with the patient, their family, carers and the Community Nursing Service.

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What do we do?

We provide free hospice care in your own home plus support to your family and loved ones.

However, what exactly is the role of a Lawrence Home Nursing Team nurse?
Find out here.

What does a Nurse Coordinator do?
Find out here.

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Need general advice or support?

We have compiled the following information for anyone who is looking for general support and advice as well as where and how to access social care services in our catchment area.

If you need General Support and Advice, click here.

Latest News

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Palliative Nurse Coordinator wanted

In order to support the continued work of delivering palliative nursing care to our local community, we have identified the need for a registered nurse with palliative care skills to join us. This role will [...]

Celebrating 25 years of Lawrence Nurses

On Saturday, 4th May we celebrated 25 years of the Lawrence Home Nursing Team. Dr Martin Lawrence wrote the guidelines for the charity in 1999 shortly before he died which was then carried forward [...]

Our Events

Walk and Talk bereavement support walking group

Do you like meeting new people while taking a gentle stroll in the beautiful outdoors? Lawrence Nurses will be running a monthly Support Walk, on the third Wednesday afternoon of each month, followed by coffee [...]

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