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Palliative medicine is a specialty focused on relieving the symptoms that often accompany a serious illness or condition, providing the best possible quality of life for you and your loved ones.
Our physicians have special training and expertise in relieving pain and other symptoms caused by illness and medical treatments. We help you manage your symptoms and guide you in making a plan for living well, based on your needs and goals.Read More
Palliative medicine is a specialty focused on relieving the symptoms that often accompany a serious illness to provide comfort and the best possible quality of life.
Palliative care can bring comfort at any stage of illness—offering symptom relief, both while curative measures are being pursued, and later on if the disease progresses and curative measures are no longer effective.
In the hospice setting, palliative medicine helps individuals with limited life expectancy, who no longer benefit from curative measures. All hospice care is palliative (designed for comfort). Our palliative medicine specialists help you manage your symptoms and guide you in making a plan for living well, based on your needs and goals.Read More
The skilled and compassionate professionals of Trustbridge provide hospice care wherever you reside—in your own home, in a residence of your choice, in a caregiving facility or in one of our hospice inpatient care centers. Our mission is to provide physical, emotional and spiritual care to help you and your family find comfort and peace during this difficult time.Read More
The compassionate care and support of hospice is covered under Medicare, Medicaid and private insurance. As a not-for-profit hospice, Trustbridge provides care for everyone who needs hospice care, regardless of insurance coverage or ability to pay.Read More
How is hospice care paid for? The compassionate care and support of hospice care is a benefit you are entitled to under Medicare, Medicaid and private insurance. As a not-for-profit hospice, we make sure that everyone who needs hospice care receives it, regardless of insurance coverage or ability to pay.Read More
Hospice is a special type of supportive care that is devoted to people who have end-stage illness with a life expectancy of 6 months or less if their disease follows its normal course. Some people have multiple conditions that contribute to a limited life expectancy, rather than a single illness.Read More