Centurion Hospice is located in Lyttelton, Centurion and serves the communities of Centurion, Midrand, Laudium, Olievenhoutbosch and surrounding areas. We provide palliative care including symptom and pain management, grief and bereavement support through a team of professionally qualified nurses and social workers.
Nobody, irrespective of race, religion or economic standing will be turned away.
To create a haven of peace by promoting
• quality of life;
• dignity in death, and
• support in bereavement by following a holistic approach that incorporates physical, social and spiritual needs
In 1993 a voluntary association known as Centurion Hospice Association was purposed to establish and provide a Hospice Program of Care in accordance with the Standards of Care of the Hospice Palliative Care Association of South Africa (HPCA) in the Centurion, Laudium, Midrand and Fourways areas.
The HPCA of South Africa was founded in 1987 as a membership organisation for South African Hospices, primarily to share best practices amongst hospices, and to support the development of a hospice care movement in South Africa that is effective in providing supportive care to communities in need.
Hospice palliative care is available to ALL persons diagnosed with a life-threatening illness irrespective of their race, religion or their ability to pay. Holistic care means that professional nursing staff and social workers take into account the needs of the family in relation to grief and bereavement after the passing of the patient.
Our palliative care team consists of professional nurses, social workers, and medical practitioners that work together closely to ensure quality of life, dignity in death and support in bereavement. The focus is on pain and symptom control and in-patient care is arranged through Centurion Hospice “partner” medical facilities.
Being a Public Benefit Organisation, Centurion Hospice is required to conduct its activities in a non-profit manner and with noble or benevolent intent. Registration with the NPO Directorate of the Department of Welfare safeguards standards of governance, and increase accountability and transparency to lift public and donor confidence.
Our funding is mainly derived from our own social enterprises such as the charity shop and bookshop. Donor are important to us and we encourage potential donors to discuss ways in which they can donate or assist with our Marketer.
Crn Clifton & North Streets, Lyttelton Manor, CENTURION
P O Box 15179, LYTTELTON, 0157
Business Telephone No:
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NPO No: 030-479
SARS Exemption Reference No: 130004669
Institution: ABSA – Lyttelton
Account No: 6 0015 8317
Branch Code: 632 005