Hospice Services of Lake County

Providing hope, quality of life and compassionate care in our community for over 40 years

Sooner is Better

Patients get the most benefit from hospice support when hospice is called early.
 Call today to see how you or your loved one might benefit from hospice care.
707-263-6222 or 1-800-900-8820
 

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What is Palliative Care?

Your life is more than your medical problems or your treatment.  And yet, when faced with a serious illness, life can become more complicated.  Palliative Care services provide an added layer of support to help you manage the challenges that accompany serious illness.  Our professional, caring team is here to help so you can focus on what’s most important to you.

Palliative Care team members provide home-based services that focus on relieving your symptoms such as pain, related to a life-limiting chronic illness.  When you are admitted to the program, our Palliative Care team partners with your healthcare provider to offer an extra layer of care.  We help you experience an enhanced quality of life, increased comfort, reduced emergency room visits, and fewer repeat hospitalizations.

Who Qualifies and What is the Cost?

Palliative Care is appropriate for ages 18 and older with a qualifying serious illness.

There is no cost to qualifying patients who have

Partnership Health Plan Coverage as their primary coverage.

Program Manager

The Program Manager coordinates your care by working along side our palliative care professionals, making every effort to see  you receive the highest quality of care possible.

RN Case Manager

Nurse Case Managers are the hands on experts, working to manage or reduce symptoms. Providing information about medications and their side effects, education about the disease process and how to achieve a greater sense of wellness and independence.

Social Worker

Palliative Care Social Workers are key to helping you coordinate with healthcare providers  and navigating  supplemental programs and resources; many that may be available to you through other providers or agencies.

Spiritual Care

Chaplains are a source of spiritual and emotional support throughout your care.  They also provide referrals to practical community resources  should you have a need outside the scope of palliative care.

Medical Director

We want you to have the ability to make informed decisions about your healthcare needs. Our medical director works to identify goals, positive interventions and care choices for your future healthcare needs.

Call and Talk with a Lake Palliative Care professional today.

707-263-6273