Palliative Care

The Palliative Care Program benefits patients better understand illness and treatment options, white at the same time providing empowerment and support. Through patient confirm medications and methods, pain, fatigue, nausea, loss of appetite, and stress are addressed though do no constitute medical interventions to alter the outcome of a patient's condition. 

A Team Approach is used to bring together excellence and expertise from several disciplines of care with common goal: working with patients to develop, and then coordinate, a care plan to improve quality of life. 

What does a Palliative Care Program Offer?
  • Expert pain and symptom management for discomfort, shortness of breath, nausea, and other distressing symptoms
  • Specialized help in navigating the health care system with a team approach
  • Guidance with difficult and complex treatment options, such as therapies intended to prolong life such as radiation and chemotherapy
  • Emotional, physical, and spiritual support for patients and families
  • Support to help patients live as actively as possible at home