We care for people aged 18 and above throughout Sheffield who have terminal illnesses. We aim to control their symptoms, alleviate pain, and give them the best possible quality of life – all free of charge.
St Luke's is not just for cancer patients, and it's far more than a building. In fact you may be surprised to learn that most of our patients never set foot in the Hospice itself.
Photographs and panoramas of our In Patient Centre, accommodating 20 patients in 14 single rooms and two three-bedded rooms.
Working in partnership for our patients
St Luke’s plays a central part in the network of palliative care nursing and support services in Sheffield, collaborating with many other organisations and agencies in the city.
St Luke’s in palliative care research and education
At St Luke’s we regard ourselves as a “teaching hospice”, and we have a long tradition of supporting both education and academic research in all aspects of palliative care.
Patients assess St Luke's care
PLACE assessments use information gleaned directly from patient assessors to report how well a hospital or care provider is performing in the areas of privacy and dignity, cleanliness, food and general building maintenance. Read the latest St Luke's assessment here: St Luke's Quality Account 2016-17.