A consultative service that provides an extra layer of support to you, your family, and your primary medical team, provided in a hospital, clinic, or home. Preventing and relieving symptoms to provide an improved quality of life, that’s Transitions PalliativeCare.
Patients are eligible to receive palliative care consultations from our physicians and nurse practitioners to address unresolved symptoms or for end-of-life planning and decision making. Transitions HomeHealth patients may benefit from adding palliative care to their continuum of care.
Transitions PalliativeCare FAQ
Transitions PalliativeCare may be appropriate for anyone who is:
- Diagnosed with any advanced illness
- Undergoing curative treatment or therapies
- Interested in staying as active and comfortable as possible
- Desiring added support to cope with advanced illness
Transitions PalliativeCare services are covered by Medicare Part B, Medicaid, and most private insurance companies; however, we accept patients regardless of their ability to pay.
Our providers are an extra set of eyes and ears and can offer expertise in pain and symptom management. Since the consultations take place in your own home/facility, we will call to schedule a convenient time for you and your family and we can coordinate care if multiple doctors are involved.
Visits are based on each individual’s needs.
Chronic pain management is reviewed on a case-by-case basis to assess if Transitions PalliativeCare is the most appropriate provider to alleviate your symptoms.
While hospice may be the best option for terminally ill patients, some patients have not yet reached that point, they still have chronic, life limiting illness. Palliative care clinicians are experts in managing the symptoms of chronic advanced illness, like pain, shortness of breath, anxiety/depression, lack of appetite, etc.