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We provide people with end of life
nursing care in their own homes

Founded in 1999 in memory of the late Dr Martin Lawrence, The Lawrence Home Nursing Team provides excellent holistic care for end of life patients who wish to remain within their home environment. Based in Chipping Norton, the service is provided in the local area by a team of dedicated nurses who work in partnership with the patient, their family, carers and the Community Nursing Service.


What is the role of a Lawrence Home Nursing Team nurse?
Find out here.

What does a Nurse Coordinator do?
Find out here.

Download / view our
Spring 2023 Newsletter
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The Lawrence Home Nursing Team’s Annual General Meeting will take place at Chipping Norton Town Hall on Tuesday, 10th October at 7pm.


Could you be a Lawrence Home Nursing Team Bank Nurse?

Are you looking for the opportunity to develop your skills and offer truly holistic, patient-centred end of life care within a supportive, caring Nursing team?

Lawrence Home Nursing Team has an exciting opportunity for a Registered Nurse to fulfil the role of Bank Nurse within our dynamic and dedicated team.

About The Role
The Bank Nurse plays a vital role within the Lawrence Home Nursing Team. Guided by the patients’ needs and wishes, the Nursing team are able offer truly holistic and tailored care that’s right for the individual.

This role offers the opportunity to work flexibly within a highly regarded local charity alongside like-minded professionals; all of whom share a passion for delivering the highest possible standard of care to patients and their families.

Click here for full details.


We have compiled the following information for anyone who is looking for general support and advice as well as where and how to access social care services in our catchment area.

This information may be of particular interest if you are frail, disabled, or elderly, with or without a diagnosis of an end-of-life disease, and what to know what resources are available to help you with finance, planning and everyday life.

Please note that all links are currently valid and will be reviewed and updated annually but there may be new services and teams setting up in the interim.

For General Support and Advice click here.



JAN: 14
FEB: 19
MAR: 15
APR: 16
MAY: 17
JUN: 16
JUL: 25
AUG: 27



Total nursing hours*

JAN: 192
FEB: 161.5
MAR: 156.75
APR: 222.5
MAY: 289
JUN: 270.5
JUL: 344.5
AUG: 156.75

*Hours recorded are for nursing care provided directly to the patient and do not include Nurse Coordinators hours


JAN: 46
FEB: 59
MAR: 45
APR: 47
MAY: 59
JUN: 55
JUL: 90
AUG: 67

**Visits recorded are for nurse visits or assessments only

Our team of 20 registered nurses are trained to provide day and night hands-on nursing care,
symptom control and to offer respite support to a family member.

As per GDPR regulations and Lawrence Home Nursing Team’s Privacy Policy, we will no longer be sending our annual newsletter by post.
If you still want to keep in touch with us and receive an electronic copy of LHNT’s Spring Newsletter 2022 please re-submit your contact details by completing the form right.
Thank you for your continued interest and support!

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