On Thursday 28th July, Eluned Morgan, the Welsh Labour politician serving as Minister for Health and Social Services in the Welsh Government visited Paul Sartori House, the main offices for Paul Sartori Hospice at Home service provider in Pembrokeshire. The Minister had a tour around the building which includes their clinical operations, bereavement counselling rooms, complementary therapy suite, equipment loan store, administration and income generation.

Whilst visiting, the Health Minister spoke to the clinical management team to learn more about the services provided by the local charity. David Evans, Chair of Trustees at Paul Sartori was also in attendance, he explained about the charitable finances. Fay Morley, Advance Care Planning Registered Nurse Team Leader at Paul Sartori discussed the impact and sustainability of the Advance & Future Care planning services in Pembrokeshire.

Photo: Left to right – Eluned Morgan, Health Minister, Fay Morley, Advance Care Planning Registered Nurse and David Evans, Chair of the Paul Sartori Trustees

David Evans, Chair of the Trustees at Paul Sartori said “It was great to meet the Health Minister to discuss and explain how the Advance Care Planning funded by GP practices is doing so much to help people make their end-of-life care decisions. The Minister was impressed with all aspects of the work of the foundation and how we integrate with HDUHB care in Pembrokeshire.”

Minister for Health and Social Services, Eluned Morgan said: “It was fantastic to visit Paul Sartori House and meet the people behind the charity. Their services and hard work are making a real difference to people in Pembrokeshire receiving palliative care; ensuring they can be cared for with dignity and independence at home.”

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