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Michael Sobell Hospice provides care, comfort and support for local people facing life limiting illnesses.

The clinical team offers medical, nursing and emotional care along with practical support for patients and their families.

How we do this

Michael Sobell Hospice Charity is dedicated to raising funds for Michael Sobell Hospice.

Harlington Hospice is commissioned by the Hillingdon Clinical Commissioning Group to provide care at Michael Sobell Hospice. In an innovative partnership between the two charities a large proportion of the cost of this is provided by the fundraising activities of Michael Sobell Hospice Charity. The Charity works tirelessly to ensure that enough funds are available to enable Hospice staff to continue delivering specialist end of life care and comfort to local people, their families, friends and carers.

Working together, our aim is that every patient should experience a journey towards the end of their life that is peaceful, comfortable and free from worry and pain. The Hospice is a special place, where patients and families can spend precious time together.

Most patients are referred to the Hospice by their GP, District Nurse, Community Palliative Care Nurse or hospital consultant. If you feel that you or a member of your family could benefit from a referral to the Hospice Inpatient or Day Therapy Units, please talk to your healthcare provider.

Our Services

The Inpatient Unit provides:
  • Hospice based Inpatient Unit 10 beds
  • 24 hour Consultant led advice line for the use of health care staff 
The Day Therapy Unit:

Our Day Therapy Unit gives people with a life-limiting condition the opportunity to spend an enjoyable day with others in a similar situation, in a friendly and caring environment. (currently closed due to COVID-19)

You can be referred to the Day Therapy Unit for a number of reasons, including:
  • Pain management
  • Psychological support
  • Social support
  • Symptom control
  • Carer support
We also provide a wide range of other services:
  • Symptom advice
  • Emotional and social support
  • Arts and crafts
  • Social work or benefits advice from the hospital team
  • Complementary therapies (e.g. aromatherapy)
  • Counselling from the hospital team
  • Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy
  • Spiritual support from our hospital chaplains

With support from Hospice volunteers we also have lots of social activities to help you get to know and build friendships with your fellow Day Therapy Unit users. You’ll meet other people in a similar situation which can support your care and well-being.


Comments and Complaints

Michael Sobell Hospice is committed to delivering a high standard of service to anyone who is connected with our work. Your comments and suggestions are vital to ensure we can continue to do this.

We welcome both comments, suggestions and complaints and aim to use these to continually improve the care offered.

If you have an idea or a suggestion on how our services might be improved for the benefit of future patients, visitors and supporters, please write it down and send it to Kathryn Underwood, Office Manager, at Harlington Hospice (the clinical provider of Michael Sobell Hospice services) at the address below. You do not have to share your name and address but if you do, we will acknowledge your feedback and let you know how we have been able to respond to it.

Lansdowne House
St Peters Way
Tel No: 020 8759 0453

How to Contact us

  • Enquiries & Referral email address
  • Referrals telephone number: 020 8106 9201
  • Referral form available here
  • 24 hour advice - 020 3824 1268



Michael Sobell Hospice
Mount Vernon Hospital
Rickmansworth Road

(SatNav users use postcode WD3 1PZ)

Enter via Gate 3 via White Hill for nearest car park.


(020) 8106 9201

24 hour Advice Line & Referrals

(020) 3824 1268


(020) 3826 2367

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