Sobell House’s mission is to enrich the lives of our patients and those who love and care for them in the communities in which we operate across Oxfordshire.
Our vision is for an Oxfordshire where high quality end of life care is available to all those who need it, wherever they are, and for their relatives to have access to help during the patient’s life and to have the help they need to adapt to their loss and go on with their lives.
The number of people dying each year is increasing, so hospice care has never been more in demand. It is a need that is only going to increase. Sobell House has a responsibility to care for those patients with the most complicated cases and to teach and inspire others to provide good care.
Our aim, over the next 5-10 years, is to build the necessary infrastructure to deliver more direct care both in the hospice, the home, the community and our main hospitals; to provide more education and training for health and social care professionals who deliver a lot of end of life care and develop a network of carers and volunteers capable of alleviating the stress of those with a terminal illness and the bereaved, where they live.
Recently, well known local independent estate and letting agents Scott Fraser joined the 40 Club at Sobell House. The 40 Club provides a great opportunity for local businesses to support Sobell House in a number of ways and B4 took time out to speak to David Blythman and Andrew Greenwood from Scott Fraser about their […]
Sobell House cares for people at the end of their lives and supports their families, friends and carers. They have been doing this throughout Oxfordshire for over 40 years. Everyday their incredible staff care for around 500 people in the Hospice, the Community and in the hospitals of Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (OUH). […]
Dear Friends of Sobell House Please do join us for what will be an enchanting evening at Wadham College on Tuesday July 9th to watch a fantastic performance of Emily Bronte’s spellbinding Wuthering Heights. This free event has been generously sponsored by one of our corporate supporters, I P Asset Partnerships, based here in Oxford. […]
Breaking News: The Remaking of Journalism and Why It Matters Now With guest speaker Alan Rusbridger We are pleased to invite you to our second Sobell House Business Breakfast, which is taking place at Gee’s Restaurant on the Banbury Road on Friday June 28th. It is a wonderful venue providing you with a great networking opportunity whilst listening […]
We are pleased to invite you to our very first Sobell House Business Breakfast at the Cherwell Boathouse in North Oxford on Thursday 28th February from 9.00am to 11.00am. It is a wonderful venue providing you with a great networking opportunity with a very relevant talk whilst enjoying a fabulous cooked breakfast. A great way […]