About Assisi Hospice

Founded by the Franciscan Missionaries of the Divine Motherhood (FMDM) Sisters in 1969, Assisi Hospice provides palliative care to patients with life-limiting illnesses, caring for them and their families regardless of faith, age, race and financial position.

Facilities

Our six-storey purpose-built hospice has a homely ambience, and is designed to provide a lot of natural light and contact with nature. With the many cosy, quiet spaces and comfortable furnishing, we hope to provide comfort and dignity for patients and loved ones n a life-affirming space.

Our facilities include:
Level 1: Day Care Centre
Level 2, 3 and 4: Wards and Dining Halls
Level 4: Sensory Garden, Children Playroom and Playground
Level 5: Education Centre
Level 6: Chapel

Wards and Dining Halls

  • For patients of all ages who need specialist palliative care in an inpatient environment.
  • We have six wards offering 85 beds in single, double and quad rooms.
  • These include two specialised wards, Palliative Dementia and Palliative Paediatric wards, to meet the emerging needs of the community.
  • The Palliative Paediatric ward has 5 paediatric beds for children with life threatening illnesses, and family rooms to cater to loved ones who wish to stay over.
  • The Palliative Dementia ward has 16 beds.
  • View a video of our single bed ward.

Day Care Centre

  • Our Day Care Centre has a Doctor Consultation Room, Fitness Area, Dining Hall, Activity Area, Rest Area and Therapy Room.
  • Capacity of 50 patients.
  • Provides a warm and interactive environment for patients who require care during the day.
  • Made accessible by door-to-door transportation of patients to and from their homes in our vans.
  • Customised therapy sessions for patients to help maintain their daily living skills for as long as possible.
  • Activities, interest groups and therapeutic programmes include movement, art and music therapies.
  • Regular outings organised by Assisi Hospice‚Äôs volunteers or supporters.

Common Spaces

  • Cosy, quiet spaces for private moments.
  • Communal spaces for patients and their families.

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