Our day services and outpatient care services are mainly based in the John Cheverton Centre, at Mountbatten Hospice in Newport. This is bright and airy, purpose-built centre - which is open to the public - offers a relaxing environment and a warm welcome.
You might visit the John Cheverton Centre for your first appointment with a Mountbatten Nurse to assess the care you need, or you might be coming to one of our clinics, led by Mountbatten nursing and medical staff. It is also the place where most of our counselling sessions take place, in one of our quiet side rooms.
The building is also the location for our many groups and activities, which are either open to both the public and patients, or just to our patients by referral.
Complementary therapies can help you cope with some of the stresses caused by illness.Read more
Even if you've never picked up a paintbrush before, we can help you find your creative side.Read more
The Isle of Wight Lymphoedema Service is based at Mountbatten Hospice for all who need it.Read more
We work in partnership with KissyPuppy to offer bereavement support to children and families.Read more
We hold a number of sessions, aimed at specific areas that can help you to keep well.Read more
A support group for children who have experienced loss through death.Read more
We offer groups for people living with dementia and their carers, including music therapy.Read more
Our rehabilitation gym is based in the John Cheverton Centre at Mountbatten Hospice.Read more
Try some creative music-making, singing or playing, even if you've never played before.Read more
Dealing with the reality of life-limiting illness can be devastating, but we are here to support you.Read more