Providing a compassionate holistic palliative approach to care as the cornerstone of living and dying well. Engaging, educating and serving communities with advance care planning, palliative care and grief and bereavement support.


Communities, patients, families and healthcare providers working together to improve  palliative care for everyone across all sectors.

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Respect: We recognize the inherent worth of every person and their choices.

Collaboration: We operate as a unified team with our partners and promote agencies and communities working together to provide optimum care and service by demonstrating respectful behavior, open communication, professionalism, and accountability.

Diversity: We honor diversity and promote inclusiveness.

Integrity: We are honest and transparent.

Click here for NSMHPCN Strategic Plan 2018-2020

How We Help

Hospice palliative care support:

  • ~ Advanced symptom assessment for clients with complex palliative care needs
  • ~ Educational opportunities: courses, workshops and conferences
  • ~ In-service presentations on topics such as advanced care planning and bereavement

NSMHPCN recognizes that we are situated on the traditional land of the Anishnaabeg people. We acknowledge the enduring presence of First Nation, Métis and Inuit people on this land and are committed to moving forward in the spirit of reconciliation and respect. Miigwech / Thank you




Recent News

Ontario Establishing Care Coordination Service to Support Patient Access to End of Life Options

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October 13 2018 is World Hospice and Palliative Care Day

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