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We provide free of charge care for people living with a life-limiting illness, as well as their whānau and friends
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He aha te mea nui o te ao. He tāngata, he tāngata, he tāngata

What is the most important thing in the world? It is people, it is people, it is people.
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Your support helps care for over 420 patients and their whānau each year
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Hospice Awareness Week Workshops & Open Day

Monday 13th May - Sunday 19th May

Let’s raise awareness together of who Hospice are and what we do in the Rotorua Community!

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Hospice New Zealand Palliative Care Lecture Series

First Thursday of every month 

Different topics and speakers each month

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Palliative Care for Caregivers Training

2019 Dates TBC

Key principles, practical knowledge and skills of palliative care for caregivers

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Rotorua Marathon

May 4th 2019

Join Team Hospice at the Rotorua Marathon

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Syringe Driver Competency Workshops

2019 Dates TBC

For nurses who use syringe drivers in the course of their work

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Mitre10 Mega Rotorua Ladies Night

October 2019 (date TBC)

A ladies night out for a great cause!

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The Fundamentals of Palliative Care

2019 Dates TBC

Ten learning modules on the fundamentals of palliative care

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BNI Networking Quiz

Teams of 4 -6, $25pp, gather the gang and get competitive! This is one not to be missed!

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Waikato Regional Palliative Care Service Grand Round

Second Wednesday of each month

Different topics and speakers each month

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Harcourts Dancing for Hospice

10 August 2019

Harcourts Dancing for Hospice returns for a fourth year! 2019 event details will be updated soon.

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Hospice News

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Hospice urges Kiwis to talk about death

“We really believe if we could talk about it more, we might all worry a bit less”

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What does quality mean for Rotorua Community Hospice?

Kath, our Operations Manager explains what quality means to us.

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We’ve joined Rotorua Marathon as an official charity partner

Live your moment and enable others to live theirs!

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Farmers raises $23,545 for Rotorua Hospice

Christmas fundraising campaign a success!

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It’s always too soon until it’s too late: Advanced Care Planning

Our Social Worker, Janine, shares her thoughts on writing her own Advanced Care Plan (ACP)

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Over $9000 raised through Trees of Remembrance

The Tree of Remembrance is a way to honour those we think of and to support Rotorua Hospice.

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Wellbeing, productivity and happiness at work: Can it really happen?

We’ve adopted Toi Te Ora’s Public Health Work Well programme

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Kowhai Spirit of Rotorua Awards – 2018

Recognising outstanding volunteer service

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Volunteers Mystery Bus Tour

December 2018 Volunteers Christmas Party

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Hospice Newsletters

Catch up on all our news with our previous years’ newsletters

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Teeing off for $100,000

Craigs Investment Partners Rotorua Hospice Golf Classic

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New Life Biography service launched

You have written us into the history books!

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Five ways to talk to a child about death

“We need to have a national conversation about death and dying”

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This is Dexter the Dog’s story

Dexter the dog lives a few hundred metres away from Ferguson Home – a retirement community in Rotorua.

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Rotorua Community Hospice Stories

Stories of the individuals who have touched our lives.