Community Palliative Care
Palliative Care Week 2020 Display
Palliative Care Week 2020
Respect and Compassion
Tea and Harmony
Tea and Harmony
Skeeter Bike Ride
Skeeter Bike Ride
Fruit Loop Fundraiser
Fruit Loop Fundraiser
Fruit Loop Fundraiser
Fruit Loop Fundraiser

A world where life limiting illness, death and grief are managed with respect and compassion.


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It’s business as usual for GV Hospice Care Service

Before you enter the building, please let a staff member know if you identify with any of the following by calling 5822 0068

• If you have travelled interstate or have had contact with any person who has returned from anywhere overseas in the last 14 days OR,
• You have a NEW fever, difficulty breathing, cough, sore throat or rash OR
• You have had contact with someone confirmed with Coronavirus.   Hand sanitiser is provided for clients and visitors to GV Hospice Care Service.

Goulburn Valley Hospice Care Service

GV Hospice is a not-for-profit, home-based palliative care service which provides comprehensive, collaborative and specialist support to people living in the City of Greater Shepparton. GV Hospice supports people with a life limiting illness to live well by offering support at home to improve the quality of life of individuals, carers and their families. We provide care that meets the needs of the person, addressing physical, emotional, social and spiritual needs.

A person can be referred by their treating doctor, local hospitals, treating specialists, allied health professionals, by self or by family members and friends. GV Hospice provides 24 hour, 7 days per week support to people of all ages and is free of charge. GV Hospice has a team of palliative care specialists which are experienced in providing support, answering questions and offering holistic care in the home.

Latest News

We have moved!

We have moved!

We have moved to 31 Welsford Street, Shepparton It is with great excitement that GV Hospice Care...

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Moments That Matter.

These stories of real people show how palliative care is not only about dying and death, it is about improving quality of life. It's embracing what matters most to people with a life limiting illness and their families.