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What is Palliative Care?

Palliative care is specialized medical care for people living with a serious illness, such as cancer or heart failure. Patients in palliative care may receive medical care for their symptoms, or palliative care, along with treatment intended to cure their serious illness. Palliative care is meant to enhance a person's current care by focusing on quality of life for them and their family.

Serious Illness

Palliative care is a resource for anyone living with a serious illness such as heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, cancer, dementia, Parkinson's, and many more.

Treatments

Patients in palliative care may receive medical care for their symptoms, or palliative care, along with treatment intended to cure their serious illness.

Quality of Life

In addition to improving quality of life and helping with symptoms, palliative care can help patients understand their choices for medical treatment. The organized services available through palliative care may be helpful to any older person having a lot of general discomfort and disability very late in life.

Any Stage

Palliative care is helpful at any stage of illness and is provided soon after a patient is diagnosed.

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Palliative Care Team

Our Palliative Care Team includes Physicians, Nurses, Hospice Aides, Social Workers, Spiritual & Bereavement Counselors, and more. Our director of nursing is a Nurse Practitioner. Our Medical Director is also the director of Palliative Care at Cedar Sinai. Every single employee at Hospice of Grace is Palliative and Hospice Certified by the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization.

We put skilled individuals in positions to lead and provide the most perfect Palliative and Hospice Care possible.

Where is Palliative Care Provided?

Palliative care can be provided in hospitals, nursing homes, outpatient palliative care clinics and certain other specialized clinics, or at home. Medicare, Medicaid, and insurance policies may cover palliative care. Veterans may be eligible for palliative care through the Department of Veterans Affairs. Private health insurance might pay for some services. Health insurance providers can answer questions about what they will cover.

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Contact Information

Hospice of Grace is based out of Arcadia, California and serves all of Los Angeles County and surrounding areas.

351 E Foothill Blvd, Arcadia, CA 91006

Phone # (818) 553-6646

Fax # (818) 553-6646

Email: info@hospiceofgrace.com