Dougie Mac Making Final Moments Count

As part of Dying Matters Week, we spoke to members of our clinical team to find out what it’s like working at Douglas Macmillan Hospice. First up is Dr. Melica Daily-Hunt, who has been working at the hospice for the last 3 years, here’s what she had to say –

“Throughout  my medical career , I knew of the fabulous reputation the Dougie Mac has, so I had the opportunity for a career change and so was able to use my existing skills in palliative care at the Hospice.

“I am often asked by people I meet if working at the Hospice is depressing and I always reply that it is the most rewarding experience and a privilege. I meet patients and their families at a difficult time in their lives , and I am often inspired by their courage and dignity .

“Families frequently comment how thankful they are for the care provided by the Dougie Mac .

“I am part of an amazing team that help each other to ensure that we provide excellent care at a difficult  time.”

To read more stories about why DougieMac makes final moments count, please get a copy of The Sentinel today (10th May).


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