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What we do

In Patient Unit

Our In-patient Unit offers a comfortable, private space for our patients to receive the treatment they need while still being able to spend time with families and loved ones.

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Community Services

Our Community Nurse Specialist (CNS) team are specially trained to provide care to people living with life limiting conditions, along with support for their carer, in their own home or place of residence.

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Supportive Care Services

Our patient and family support team have skills and experience in health, social work, counselling and chaplaincy, offering a wide range of services.

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What's up and coming

Local GP takes on Tough Mudder for Charity

Local GP takes on Tough Mudder for Charity

Dr Martin Innes, from Ravenswood Surgery in Johnstone recently took on the world famous Tough Mudder 10-mile challenge, raising more than £1,700 for St. Vincent’s Hospice. View Event
Changing lives through music therapy

Changing lives through music therapy

St. Vincent’s Hospice are appealing for members of the public to donate their unwanted musical instruments to support their upcoming Music Therapy Project, working with Nordoff Robbins Scotland to help support people and their families affected by life limiting conditions. View Event
Bowling Club raises over £2,000 for charity

Bowling Club raises over £2,000 for charity

The John G. Fleming Bowling Club in Houston have hosted a series of fundraising events, raising an incredible £2,010 for St. Vincent’s Hospice. View Event
Dry cleaner helps local lion stay fresh and fluffy

Dry cleaner helps local lion stay fresh and fluffy

Harrod’s Dry Cleaners in Bridge of Weir are supporting St. Vincent’s Hospice in a very unique way by making sure their mascot, Vinnie the Lion, stays fresh and fluffy by cleaning him completely free of charge. View Event
The Unwanted Companion - One Man's Journey with Motor Neurons Disease

The Unwanted Companion - One Man's Journey with Motor Neurons Disease

Today, Thursday 21 June, is Global Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Awareness Day 2018, committed to raising awareness of MND and the impact this has on thousands of people and families all across the world every year. View Event