How we help Care at the hospice What to expect when you come to the hospice Inpatient care Our inpatient centre is made up of 28 beds, most of which are single rooms with en-suite shower and toilet. TV, radio, internet and email are available in all rooms, and you can bring your own CDs and DVDs to play through the TV as well as anything else you wish to make your room feel more like home. There is no set routine. You can eat what you want, when you want – we have our own kitchens on site, and we prepare your meals to order and can cater for any special dietary requirements. There are no visiting hours - your family and friends are welcome at any time, and if you wish, we can put spare beds in your room so they can also stay the night with you. During your stay, you and your family and friends will get to know our team of professionals and volunteers who can assist with a variety of needs from practical, emotional to just a friendly chat. Coming to the hospice as an outpatient Our outpatient appointments allow you to come to the hospice in Clapham to see anyone from our team in a clinic or through a one-to-one appointment. We also run groups to help you better manage your symptoms as well as offering the opportunity to meet new people and share experiences. There is something on every day at the hospice, whether you want to be creative, active or just relax. Have a look at our list of activities to find something for you. If you have difficulty travelling on your own, we can offer transport to help you get to the hospice.