To keep our patients, staff and visitors safe, all visitors to our Compton Hall site are asked to wear a face covering in clinical areas.
Patients currently staying on our IPU are permitted visitors between the hours of 8am and 8pm, however exceptions will be made in extenuating circumstances.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
How can we help?
Life with a complex or incurable condition doesn’t have to be limiting.
At Compton Care we believe people are more than their diagnosis and so we want to partner with you to give you the care and support you need to live the best life possible.
Care in your home means giving you the support you need to continue to live life on your terms. Our community care partners offer a range of support services all of which are tailored to suit you.
Should the time come that you need that extra helping hand, Compton Care will partner with you to provide extraordinary care on our dedicated Inpatient Unit.
Access a wide range of support aiming to give you the practical and emotional tools you need to continue to live actively and independently with your condition.
A visit to our clinic is a visit to one of the largest specialist Lymphoedema units in the UK, so you know that you’re in the best hands.
Our supportive care services are there to provide spiritual, emotional and psychological support, alongside your clinical care.
How you can help
Without your continued support, it wouldn't be possible for us to provide our services, free of charge, to our patients and their loved ones. With running costs of £12 million per year, we rely on your help to ensure that we can be there for those who need us, when it matters most.