Clinical Nurse Specialists
The role of the Community Palliative Care Clinical Nurse Specialist Team is to provide high quality specialist palliative care to patients with life limiting conditions. Their role is an advisory and supportive one. They work alongside GPs and other health & social care staff to provide care and support to patients and families within their own home or in care homes. They act as a specialist resource to our community colleagues and work in conjunction with other members of the Hospice Multidisciplinary Team.
What You Can Expect
The first contact is a telephone call to introduce you to one of the team and arrange a first visit. This visit will take place either in the Hospice or in your own home depending on your personal situation. The purpose of this visit is to meet you and carry out a holistic assessment. From this, a plan of care will be made in agreement with you and your family.
Meet the Team
The CNS Team
The team consists of six part-time Clinical Nurse Specialists (CNS), based at the Hospice. In addition to being Registered Nurses the team hold degrees and have undergone further specialist nurse training in Cancer / Palliative Care.
Hours and Availability
The Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) Team are available Monday to Friday, 8.30am – 4.30pm.
How to get in Contact
The team have their own direct telephone lines with answer machines, which are checked three times a day or you can contact the Hospice reception.
- The Morton Team 0141 581 2029
(Pamela Dalrymple, Janice Boyd and Sharon Macdonald)
- Caroline Killoran 0141 581 2021
- Alison Clark 0141 581 2012
- Marylyn Wilson 0141 581 2009
- Christine Hart 0141 581 2017
- Hospice Reception 0141 581 2000