Kia Ora & Welcome to Mercy Hospice Auckland
Mercy Hospice Auckland provides a range of specialist community palliative care and hospice services for people facing life limiting illnesses, caring for them with the utmost professional skill, compassion and quality of service. We also offer support to family, friends and carers to help them cope with problems arising from the illness and to rebuild their lives afterwards.
All our services are offered free to patients and their families, regardless of age, ethnicity, means or religion, thanks to the generosity of our community.
We support people living in the Auckland District Health Board area. This covers Auckland City and the central suburbs from Glendowie in the east to Avondale in the west, Herne Bay in the north to Mount Wellington in the south. Specialist inpatient care is also provided to people from Waiheke and the islands of the Hauraki Gulf. Our services are provided 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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The 15th edition of the very popular Entertainment Book is available for $65, with 20% of each sale remaining with Mercy Hospice ($13 per Book). With over 180 new offers, your 2013/14 Entertainment Book now has a combined value of over $20,000! Featuring 5 Cuisine rated and 7 Metro awarded restaurants from across Auckland and Northland including The Grove, Meredith's and a Deco, the best range of family activities and valuable fast service food offers such as Auckland Zoo, Kelly Tarlton's, KFC, Jesters and Starbucks. As well as Auckland, your Entertainment Book also now covers Waiheke Island, Whangarei, the Bay of Islands and everything in between for those weekend getaways – click here to order your copy now to avoid missing out on what is sure to be a sell-out!
My Auckland: St Marys Bay.
Celebrant Jan McCallum tells Elisabeth Easther what she loves about living in St Marys Bay. The friendly folk, abundant local parks and the wonderful Mercy Hospice where she volunteers are just a few of her favourite things... » Read more
A Haven of Peace.
Some people think Mercy Hospice is just a place where sick people go to die. But terminally ill patient Jo Walsh sees it as a haven... » Read more
A Refreshing Business Idea
Mercy Hospice's “culture of care” was something that Karen Withers picked up on straight away, when she dropped off census papers. Karen admits that she knew very little about the place before she popped in... » Read more
Luxury Treat for Mercy Hospice Cuppa Hosts
If socialising on a luxury launch sounds like your cup of tea then Mercy Hospice is providing the opportunity....
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Let's Hear It For Hospice!
During the month of May, Hospices throughout New Zealand will be running fun events to lift the lid on what they do and to raise some much-needed funds.
With the support of the local community & a few high-profile Kiwis they won't be doing it alone... » Read more
O' What A Night
On Friday 15th March the Auckland Museum's stunning top-floor events centre was ablaze with emerald green light and more than a touch of the Irish as some 250 friends of Mercy Hospice gathered .. » Read more
Hospice not just for 'palagi'
Mercy Hospice will be spreading the word it isn't just a "palagi service" at this weekend's Pasifika celebrations... » Read more
Palliative care, Mercy Hospice and Pacific community
Death is final, it is not selective and the one certainty in life... » Read more
Fabric fans flock to event.
Needleworkers and craft-bombers will be in textile heaven when the second Auckland Fabric-a-brac takes place this month. » Read more
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