Butterfly Advance Care Planning & Co-ordination Team (ACCT)- Butterfly Hospice

Brief overview document Informing about a new service been developed in response to feedback from people, including patients, their families and carers and health professionals. It aims to give time and space for the difficult and compassionate conversations that are needed when discussing future wishes and choices about their end of life care. . It will also put in place plans which are shared with their GP and other community teams to make sure that the palliative care provided meets their needs as closely as possible. On Monday 09 November 2020, this service will be initiated to support people who have deteriorating health and require supportive palliative care, being discharged from Pilgrim Hospital in Boston. The service will be delivered by the Butterfly Advance Care Planning & Coordination Team (ACCT), supported by the Butterfly Hospice. It will operate Monday to Friday, 1000-1800 hrs. See SOP for more details

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St Barnabas Hospice, Lincoln In Patient Unit (IPU) referral form
26th July 2017

When referring a patient into the IPU a form will need to be completed and returned to St Barnabas inpatient unit. Use fax (number on the form), secure email at necmid.sbh.ipureferrals@nhs.net, or by uploading to SystmOne and tasking ‘IPU referrals’ to notify the team of the referral. If the form is uploaded to SystmOne, please ensure a share is in place so it can be accessed by the hospice.

Frailty Pathway. A patient centred approach Guidance for Clinicians
6th July 2016 | Source: LCHS

This prompt guide is aimed at clinicians to systematically assess patients, provide good care planning and be able to consider and review effectively once a patient is identified as frail.

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