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Birmingham St Marys Hospice

Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice was founded in 1979, with a vision to ‘enable anyone with a life-limiting illness to live their life to the full’ – a mission that the Hospice’s staff and volunteers still stand by today.

Since admitting their first patient on March 5th 1979, the hospice’s services have grown and evolved, and it now supports and cares for 500 people on any given day.

Values, mission and priorities

At Birmingham St Mary’s Hospice, the patients, and their families and loved ones come first. The hospice’s mission and values are at the heart of everything it does, supporting the vision of creating a future where everyone with a life-limiting illness can have the best experience of living.


  • Delivering high quality care
  • Improving access to care for all
  • Sharing their ever-growing expertise
  • Working collaboratively
  • Changing attitudes to hospice care


The mission is simple: Hospice care for everyone.

Birmingham St Mary’s wants to take care beyond the hospice itself, reaching out to every part of the community. The hospice supports people in their homes and neighbourhoods, and is committed to breaking down barriers so that religion, ethnicity, age, or wealth are not obstacles to accessing the best care.

To ensure the best Hospice care is available for all individuals, families and carers across the community, wherever and whenever they need it.

By building partnerships and growing the hospice’s research and education programme it will share its expertise and knowledge to help others and work with them to deliver the best of end of life care.



  • Providing a better experience at the end of life
  • Expanding the specialist centre of research & learning
  • Locating the facilities so the hospice can reach more people
  • Being an employer & volunteering centre of choice
  • Achieving growth, influence & financial stability


  • Community Palliative Care Team
  • Day Hospice
  • Family and carer support
  • Inpatient unit
  • Welcome Group
  • Space to Breathe
  • Outpatient clinics
  • Hospice at Home
  • Bereavement support

You can see more about Birmingham St Mary’s services and impact in the latest annual report and accounts here.


The turnover is £9,065,856. Of this, £3.3m is for provision of services under contract from various NHS bodies. The hospice raises £2.8m through fundraising, and £2.6m from its charity shops.

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