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Palliative Care

Palliative medicine provides emotional and physical comfort during treatment. We work with you and your family to relieve the pain, stress and symptoms that come with serious illness - to help you enjoy the highest quality of life possible during your illness.


Have questions about palliative care?

People who receive palliative care early in their treatment often have fewer symptoms and better outcomes. Our services provide the support you need to enjoy the highest quality of life possible during your illness. Talk to our team to learn how you or your loved one can benefit or get a physician referral for one of our services.


New! Guided Imagery Videos

Guided imagery can help with emotional and physical comfort during illness and treatment. To learn more about its health benefits and try it yourself through our video series, visit the Guided Imagery page.

Often, palliative care begins when you are hospitalized for a serious illness, but you can also receive palliative medicine at home through our Palliative Care at Home or Community Touchpoint programs.

Meet the Palliative Care Team

Every person's treatment is unique, but we help everyone we serve to...

  • Participate fully in life
  • Manage side effects from treatment or medications
  • Continue to be active and productive members of your family and social groups
  • Maintain a high level of daily functioning
  • Continue to have a meaningful life experience
  • Coordinate care among your entire healthcare team

You can get palliative medicine at any time during your illness. However, receiving it early on in your treatment is most beneficial.

Palliative Care Inpatient Services
Palliative care focused on education, decision making and symptom management.
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Palliative Care Clinic Services
Our team helps patients meet the emotional and physical challenges of serious illness through symptom management.
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Palliative Care at Home
Palliative care at home to help patients manage serious illness.
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Perhaps there is someone important in your life who has braved a tough journey. Or maybe you want to celebrate the memory of a loved one. This is a meaningful way to honor or remember someone special while also making a direct impact in the lives of other patients.

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