Our palliative care physicians are doctors who specialize in palliative medicine and have expertise in managing pain and other symptoms associated with serious illnesses. They work closely with the primary care physician and other specialists to develop and coordinate the patient’s care plan.
Intake coordinators in palliative care act as the initial point of contact, facilitating the seamless entry of patients into the palliative care program. They efficiently gather relevant information, assess the patient’s needs, and ensure a smooth transition to the comprehensive support provided by the palliative care team.
The palliative care coordinator acts as the central point of communication, ensuring seamless collaboration among healthcare professionals, patients, and their families. They facilitate the development and implementation of personalized care plans.
Chaplains in palliative care offer invaluable spiritual and emotional guidance to patients and their families, respecting their individual beliefs and values. They provide a source of comfort, solace, and understanding, helping individuals find meaning and peace during their healthcare journey.
Scheduling coordinators in palliative care play a crucial role in optimizing the delivery of care by efficiently organizing appointments and consultations with the interdisciplinary team. Their coordination ensures that patients receive timely and appropriate support, enhancing the overall effectiveness of the palliative care services provided.