NIGHTINGALE House Hospice has been awarded £300,000 from the Big Lotto Fund to extend current outpatient facilities.
There has been an increase in the number of patients being seen at the Wrexham-based hospice which has resulted in rehabilitation and support services finding it difficult to find adequate space.
The extension will mean the hospice can continue to provide a quality service responsive to patient needs.
Nightingale House already provides a full range of rehabilitation services, which include physiotherapy, occupational therapy, social work, lymphoedema treatments and complimentary therapies.
Last year the lymph-oedema clinic provided in excess of 1,600 treatments, occupational therapy saw a 10% rise in the number of patients treated and the physiotherapy department provided 723 appointments.
Spokeswoman Jo Young said: 'The hospice is absolutely delighted that the Big Lotto has supported us in developing our rehabilitation services.
'We were very conscious that however much we wanted this clinical resource centre, we would seek support from grant-making bodies and not the community, who we appreciate, already generously support the hospice throughout the year every year.'
John Savage, executive director of the hospice said: 'This is a huge boost to the hospice and shows that the Big Lotto can recognise the importance of the service we provide to people in North East Wales.