Palliative Care


Palliative care offers pain and symptom management, in addition to emotional and spiritual support for when you face a chronic, debilitating, or life threatening illness.


What Palliative Looks Like


Palliative care will be provided wherever patient calls home. Can include the Medical Director, Nurse Practitioner and Social Worker. They focus on symptom management,
while supporting patient and family members emotional, psychosocial and spiritual aspects. Palliative care helps you manage symptoms and process the benefits and burdens of
treatment options.


Palliative patients receive:

  • Symptom management consultation, and support from the Social Worker for aspects as they approach end of life and are choosing between curative and
    comfort measures.


Care is provided by:

  • Medical Director
  • Nurse Practitioner
  • Social Worker

 

A focus on:

  • Managing pain and symptoms
  • Supports the patient and family with emotional and psychosocial and spiritual aspects as they approach end of life and are choosing between curative and comfort measures. Care can take place while on Home Health services or while seeking aggressive treatment.