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Marie Curie Hospice, Edinburgh

NHS Lothian

The Marie Curie Hospice provides inpatient care, day therapies and specialist support services in patients’ own homes for people with any life-limiting illness, and the people important to them.

The Hospice has 20 inpatient beds in both single and shared rooms. Patients are admitted to the Hospice for symptom management or end-of-life care.

There are two teams of Marie Curie clinical nurse specialists, based in Edinburgh and in the Macmillan Centre at St John’s Hospital. They work with the patient’s GP, district nurses and other healthcare professionals to support the patient at home.

Patients can attend one or several day therapy sessions. The Marie Curie Hospice provides a range of therapeutic, creative, social and supportive sessions to choose from to help with rehabilitation and independence.

The Marie Curie Hospice also provides specialist palliative medicine advice, support and education for external healthcare professionals.

Bereavement support services are also available for the families and friends of people who have died whilst receiving care from Marie Curie.


  • Bereavement Service
  • Day Hospice/Centre
  • Home Care - Support and advice provided by community hospice or palliative care team

Contact details

Frogston Road West
EH10 7DR

Tel: 0131 470 2201

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