Our specialist nurses, consultants, junior doctors and specialist registrars are here to help you cope with any troubling symptoms you may be experiencing as well as the practical and emotional impact of your illness. In addition, an amazing team of occupational and physiotherapists, counsellors, social workers and many other specialists are here to ensure you receive support and care in whatever way you need it.

Meet a few members of the Trinity team

Our specialist nurses are your first point of contact and we encourage you to talk to them if you have any questions or concerns.  

Our community team

If you are living with dementia, at any stage of the illness, our  Dementia Specialist Nurses are here to provide you and your carers with advice and support about managing your condition and alleviating symptoms such as pain and distress, as well as supporting you with  Advance Care Planning. Our Dementia Specialist Nurses also provide training to other health and social care providers to help raise standards of dementia care towards the end of life.   

Our team is here for you and able to visit you at home 7 days a week during the day time and they are also here for you via telephone 24 hours a day. Though you may not always see or speak to the same nurse, you can rest assured that whomever you speak with will be aware of your care plan and your preferences.

If you live in Kensington and Chelsea, you will be looked after by Trinity's Team Around the Patient, or "TAP".

Find out more about the TAP project in Kensington and Chelsea

The team in the hospice

If you are an inpatient at Trinity, our sisters and staff nurses are available day and night for you to go to with any questions or concerns.  

You may also come into Trinity as an outpatient to see your community nurse or one of our consultants if that's more convenient for you.

Our team of nurses and doctors are supported by a variety of other professionals and volunteers. During your time in the hospice, we will support you, if you wish or need, with washing, getting dressed, and a range of other practical tasks. You will also talk to you about your medications, both on admission and when you leave the inpatient centre. And finally, to make you feel more at home, we will always be happy to make you a cup of tea or coffee, read to you, bring you meals or simply have a chat.