Mary Potter Hospice
Established in 1976, the Mary Potter Hospice has developed an excellent reputation in acute palliative care for people with life limiting illness
Admission to Mary Potter Hospice is for privately insured or privately funded patients with life-limiting illnesses whose care needs require acute specialist palliative care management. Care is provided by a multi-disciplinary team which is comprised of doctors, nurses, social workers, allied health pastoral care and. This team is supported by a volunteer group. Mary Potter Hospice is not available for long term care nor for respite.
There are 15 single bed rooms available with ensuite facilities. Each room has access to a garden areas. Two lounge areas and a kitchen are available for patients and their family members.
A chapel is open 24 hours a day for prayer or quiet contemplation.
We encourage visitors to our patients and have flexible visiting hours. The number of visitors and time of visiting may be restricted at the discretion of the nursing staff, depending upon your clinical requirements and consideration of other patients in the area. We request that only one visitor be with the patient the unit before 11 am.
In the best interest of patients we encourage a quiet time between 1-3pm each afternoon. Visitors may be restricted during this period.
Mary Potter Palliative Care Unit is supported by the Mary Potter Foundation.
Palliative Care in the Home is another service available for palliative patients.
Referral by GP, another hospital, specialist or healthcare providers
Ground floor, Calvary North Adelaide Hospital
Mary Potter Hospice quiet time between 1pm and 2pm each afternoon. Visitors may be restricted during this period.
Clinical Manager 08 8239 9476