Nelli Skadiņa

The Hospice is a medical and social institution with a mission to provide an unsurpassable quality of life for patients, as well as mental and psychological support for their families. Palliative care is intended to improve the quality of life for people in the last stage of cancer. Similarly, to provide large-scale psychological care for family members, who are left alone against a serious diagnosis of a loved one.
The staff consists of compassionate people, who know the basics and principles of palliative care and have extensive experience of working with cancer patients .
The hospice has an outpatient doctor’s visit to cancer patients, as well as a hospital for 25 patients.
The hospice provides a comfortable environment and a decent life until the end of life.