Our organisational purpose is to support and care for people facing death and those close to them, their families and professional carers, acting as a system and community leader and connector, supporting others and delivering expert care to achieve our vision. As we strengthen our relationships across the community and health and care system, we will be generous with our skill and expertise to increase the profile of end of life issues and hospice care, improving access and extending reach.
Our staff will work within our own services and in partnership with others to help patients maintain connections with their community and maximise their quality of life. We will continue to be creative in our approach to care, reimagining support at home and for families, all the time responding to diverse needs and the challenges our patients and communities face.
We will actively listen and respond to everyone who needs our care and at times, this will require us to lobby those in power to ensure that the necessary resources are available and that we can address barriers and challenges.
We recognise that our people are our greatest asset; we will recruit, develop and retain the best people, creating opportunities and an environment for all of our staff so that they can be themselves and perform at their best.