At Compton Care, we’re here to help you and your loved ones navigate every aspect of life following a palliative diagnosis. Being diagnosed with a life limiting condition can be overwhelming for both patients and their loved ones. There’s no right or wrong way to deal with this life changing news but regardless of how you are feeling, we want you to know that you don’t have to go it alone.
At Compton Care, we believe people are more than their diagnosis and so we want to partner with you to give you the great quality clinical expertise, care, compassion and emotional support you need to live the best life possible. Provided in our purpose-built facilities or in the place you call home, there is a wide range of support available to you at Compton Care to help you feel safe and supported.
We’ll work with you to understand your unique needs, ambitions and goals and together we’ll create a package of care that’s right for you. We provide physical, practical, emotional and spiritual support. You may benefit from accessing several services at once, or even dip in and out of care; the level of support is unique to you.
Whatever the circumstances that bring you to Compton Care, we’ll give you the tools, support and encouragement to take charge of your life – because after all, being alive isn’t the same as feeling alive.
Compton Care will be a leader in delivering palliative care and support for the community. We strive to provide high quality, accessible care and support for the people in our communities living with life limiting conditions.
Founded In 1840
Surrounded by 4.5 acres of beautiful woodland and gardens, the site was later passed down to brewery owner William Hodson. When his son Laurence inherited the building, he employed William Morris to decorate the interior. He designed a floral fabric especially for the hall, called ‘Compton’, which still retails to this day. Morris’ design can be seen on the ceiling of our Stephen Morton room, within the Compton Hall site.