Sue Ryder St John’s Hospice

Sue Ryder St John’s Hospice is in Moggerhanger in Bedfordshire. We provide expert palliative and end-of-life care in the hospice and the community. We are here to help you and your loved ones, with everything from pain and symptom management to emotional and practical help.

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Contact us

01767 642 410

Our services

  • 15-bed inpatient unit
  • Community services (St John’s Palliative Care Hub)
  • Therapy services
  • Wellbeing and community support service
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St John’s Road
MK44 3RJ
United Kingdom

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About Sue Ryder St John’s

Sue Ryder St John’s supports people through the most difficult times of their lives. Our expert team give people the compassionate, expert care they need to live the best life they possibly can.

When a person is diagnosed as palliative in Bedfordshire, they will be able to contact our 24/7 advice and support line via 01767 641349. This is a nurse-led service that supports people through their journey and connects them to relevant services and care.

Our hospice has a 15-bed inpatient unit, people can come to us when they need symptom control. Both community and inpatient unit services support patients during the end stage of life (usually the last two weeks of life). People can make a choice of where they wish to die, and we will support people to have a comfortable and peaceful death in either the home or hospice. The inpatient unit has 24/7 assessment in a comfortable and warm environment.

At St John’s Hospice, our expert team consists of a Consultant led inpatient unit, Doctors, Sue Ryder Nurses, physiotherapists, complementary therapists, occupational therapy and healthcare assistants who all work seamlessly together. We are experts in supporting people through the most difficult times of their lives.

Watch: What’s it like inside a Sue Ryder hospice?

Female patient sits up in her bed in a Sue Ryder hospice. She is smiling at the camera and wearing a bright pink t-shirt with cheetahs on it.

They just have time there. Even when they are busy, they don’t seem it and they don’t make you think this is just another job. Christine was actually at St John’s for seven weeks in the end and I think that is down to the care they gave her. It was just the little touches.

Making a referral

We treat adults aged 18 and over, living in north and mid Bedfordshire, or the Huntingdon and St Neots area of Cambridgeshire.

Referrals for both inpatient care and community services are usually made by health care professionals involved in your care. This type of referral gives us a comprehensive picture of the medical background of each patient, and what treatments have been tried prior to admission.

To refer to our inpatient unit, please download the referral form below and email us at

Lymphoedema clinic referrals

You can refer patients to our Lymphoedema Clinic by complete the below referral form and sending it to

Anyone can email or call our 24/7 advice line on 01767 642410 for further information and support.

To refer to our Palliative Care Hub (community services), please call us on 01767 641349 or ask your health care professional to refer to us by emailing or via a continuing healthcare fast track referral via CHC.

Preparing for your stay

If you are going to be coming to Sue Ryder St John’s Hospice as an inpatient, you might find it helpful to read our palliative and hospice services FAQs page.

Supporting Sue Ryder

We need to raise 70% of of the amount it takes to run all of Sue Ryder’s palliative care services and we can’t do that without the amazing and continued generosity of our supporters.

If you would like to find out more about how you can support us, please contact our local fundraising team on 01767 642 412 or email

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