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We take a holistic, compassionate approach to improving quality of life for our patients and those close to them.

At Pembridge we provide holistic palliative care for people who have been diagnosed with a life-limiting illness.

This means we consider the physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs of our patients and the people close to them.

• Healthcare Assistants • Doctors • Nurses
• Spiritual Care Advisor • Occupational Therapists
• Pharmacist • Social Workers • Complementary Therapists

Our strong multi-disciplinary team work together to coordinate care at the hospice and at home, depending on individual needs.


Statement on Pembridge Hospice (November 2018)

We have temporarily suspended admissions to our inpatient unit due to a lack of medical consultant cover. The rest of the hospice remains fully operational.

Read the official statement here.

Important notice: Pembridge switches to SystmOne clinical system

CLCH is moving more of its services onto TPP SystmOne. The Pembridge Specialst Palliative Care Services for West London, H&F, Central London and South Brent will be moving from Crosscare system to TPP SystmOne. This will enable better integrated working within Pembridge and with other CLCH teams.

Consent from  patients to share records across appropriate services will ensure joined up and holistic working for the patient.

From Monday 10th September 2018 the referrals process will change for the palliative services as they will be processed via the CLCH Single Point of Access Service (SPA) during working hours of Monday to Friday, 9am – 4:30pm. Any referrals sent outside of this time period will be processed on the next working day.

For ALL urgent referrals, both in and out of working hours, please also call Pembridge (as per current process) on the 24 hour number: 020 8102 5000 so the referral can be dealt with promptly 

The new referral process is for following services;

  • Palliative Community,
  • Pembridge Palliative Bereavement, Social Work and pastoral services,
  • Pembridge Bedded Hospice
  • Pembridge Day Hospice

The RM Partners London-wide referral form has been updated to include the SPA details. Referrals should be emailed to: or E-faxed on: 0300 008 3251 

Contact us

Pembridge Hospice

St Charles Centre for Health and Wellbeing

Exmoor Street, London, W10 6DZ

Get directions to Pembridge

Administration Tel: 020 8102 5371
Inpatient Unit Tel: 020 8102 5000 / 5001

Refer a patient

Patients are referred to Pembridge Hospice by health or social care professionals. We accept referrals for patients with GPs based in the following CCG areas: Brent, Central London, Hammersmith and Fulham & West London.

Health and social care professionals must use the RM partners form to refer a patient.

Pembridge Hospice Charity

With your help, our caring staff can relieve pain, anxiety and loneliness for people with a life-limiting illness.

By donating, volunteering or fundraising for the hospice, you are helping our patients to live their life to the fullest.

Pembridge Life Newsletter

Read more about our work and what we are up to in our Pembridge Life newsletter below:

There are three main teams at Pembridge who all work together

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13 beds with a team providing 24-hour care for patients with specialist palliative care needs who require continual assessment.

We provide holistic symptom control, rehabilitation after treatment, respite care and end of life care. Our visitors often tell us that Pembridge feels like a ‘home away from home’ during their stay.

Read the inpatient unit leaflet to learn more 

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We provide treatment, support and complementary therapies for patients who are able to visit from home.

The day hospice is open four days a week (Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday) and can accommodate up to 15 patients a day.

Read the day hospice leaflet to learn more

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Clinical nurse specialists provide advice and support for people in their own homes. The team focus on quality of life and what it means for each person.

They see people at different stages of their illness. From those who have been recently diagnosed to those who are nearing the end of life.

Read the community team leaflet to learn more 

Have a look around Pembridge