The Jockey Club Home for Hospice (JCHH) is a first-rate hospice centre that provides quality hospice and palliative care to patients with life‐limiting illnesses and their families.JCHH employs a holistic service model that focuses on the physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual aspects of end-of-life care. At JCHH, we strive to help our patients find comfort and meaning in their remaining time because every person deserves to leave the world with dignity and in the company of the ones they love. We truly believe that, with the right care and support, you can live your best life at the end of life.
To provide individualized and holistic hospice care of the highest quality with family participation
To lead in research, development and education of family-oriented hospice and palliative care servicesin order to effect a continuous advancement of the community's end-of-life care.
The care provided by the Jockey Club Home for Hospice adopts a family-oriented approach.
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Located on the G/F, the Lecture Theatre is a place where we advocate for a new family-oriented hospice and palliative care service model that promote a long term vision of hospice care-at-home and die-at-home at patients’/ families’ choice. It also provides a perfect space for forums, symposium, talks, life and death education lectures and fundraising events.
A roomy dining space for families and friends to host private gatherings or parties with patients.
Located on the 1/F, the Quiet Room is a multi-purpose room that offers patients, family, friends or caregivers a space to relax, engage in their own thoughts, pray and gather strength. Farewell party or memorial service can also be held here.
It has 30 self-contained ensuites with ample space for family members to spend quality time with patients and vice versa at any time of the day.
The garden promotes serenity and brings the residents and visitors a sense of peace, tranquility and feelings of connectedness with self and others. In addition to plants that offer visual pleasure, our rosemary, peppermint and basil in the garden shoulder an important mission to stimulate patients’ olfactory sense and appetite. Consider also birds chirping that spurs hearing; trees and flowers that inspire touching… The garden is where our patients find the power of life again.
Located on 1/F of the Home, the Play Room provides a safe, comfortable and pleasurable place with wide range of equipment and toys that are commonly used in play therapy, aiming to help our patients’ young children cope with anticipatory grief and loss, bereavement and grief to go through their own difficulties together with their families. If you wish to use the Play Room, please make an appointment with your care manager.