Our Hospice User Group (HUG) is a friendly, open forum for patients, carers, family members and friends who have experienced the Hospice’s services. The aim of the group is to give service users a voice in order to improve the quality of our patient care and identify how we can develop our services for the future.
We want service users to feel comfortable sharing their experiences of our services. This means we’re able to turn their valuable feedback and insight into improvements, so we can shape the future of Willen Hospice, together.
The HUG plays an important role in sharing the experiences of service users with Trustees and the Senior Leadership team so that the highest possible standard of care is met at all times.
If you’re currently using, or have ever used any of our services, we would love you to join our HUG. Any patient, carer or member of
the public can join the group in order to share their experiences. You will be helping to make a difference to other people using our services here at the Hospice or out in the community.
The HUG meets four times a year at the Hospice. During these meetings, the group will:
The meetings last approximately 1.5 hours and light refreshments are provided.
We understand that it’s not always easy to attend in person so we offer the option for people to join virtually. To do this you will require access to the internet and an email address.
To join, or for more information about our HUG, please contact Jo Adams, Clinical administrator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call