HammondCare Palliative + Supportive Care

When every moment counts, nothing is more important than having people by your side who genuinely care about you and have specialist expertise that can really make a difference.

HammondCare is passionate about providing unparalleled comfort and physical and emotional support to those with a progressive life-limiting illness, their families and carers.

What makes HammondCare different?

Care tailored to the unique needs of you and your family

Care tailored to the unique needs of you and your family

No two situations are the same.That’s why we get to know you and your family and create a personalised care plan based around your unique needs.

This care plan will identify every aspect of your care to improve your daily physical and emotional comfort.

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Your multi-disciplinary team of healthcare specialists

Your multi-disciplinary team of healthcare specialists

Your dedicated HammondCare team will encompass all relevant specialist palliative care providers required to meet your needs.

Your team could include doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, social workers, art therapists and other specialists.


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Latest research and approaches inform your care

Latest research and approaches inform your care

HammondCare is a recognised leader in providing world-class care and innovation in palliative and supportive care.

We invest in research and provide education resources to health professionals and the community through the Centre for Learning and Research.

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A variety of locations to suit your needs

A variety of locations to suit your needs

Inpatient Units are at Neringah Hospital, on Sydney's Upper North Shore and Greenwich Hospital, on Sydney's Lower North Shore, and Braeside Hospital in South West Sydney.

Community palliative care services are available within Ryde, Sydney's Upper and Lower North Shore and the Northern Beaches.

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How do I access these services?

The Palliative + Supportive Care Inpatient Units can provide; 

  • Short-term admission for symptom management and/or;
  • Admission to meet the special needs of patients and their families and carers in the final stages of their journey.

A referral from a general practitioner or treating specialist team is required for admission to our Palliative Care service. 

For health professionals

For health professionals

GPs and health professionals can refer their patients to the service by completing the relevant referral form.

All referrals must be legally valid as outlined in the Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS) and include your letter of referral to our staff specialists.



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For patients

For patients

Three simple steps to obtain a referral for HammondCare's Palliative + Supportive Care services

1. Referral - Ask your GP or specialist about how palliative and supportive care might benefit you, and ask for a referral.

2. Assessment - our team will schedule an initial assessment at one of our clinics or your home.

3. Care plan - our team will create a personalised care plan recommending support based on your needs.

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house Palliative Care Home Support Program

The Palliative Care Home Support Program (PCHSP) provides end-of-life care for patients who wish to die at home or to remain at home for as long as possible. If you would like more information on PCHSP, including general enquiries about the program, eligibility and availability, you can find out more by clicking below.

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Anne's story

Anne's story

When time was limited, HammondCare became an invaluable source of support - not just for Anne's husband receiving palliative care, but also for Anne and her family.

How much does palliative care cost?

HammondCare is subsidised by State Government funding, making our services accessible as public hospitals. This means there is no cost for patients to use our Palliative and Supportive Care services. When you choose to use your private health insurance, there are no out of pocket expenses.

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To find out more about our Palliative and Supportive Care services, please contact us on 1300 426 666 or fill out the contact form below:

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