Palliative Care

Sometimes feeling good matters more than fighting a disease. That’s the goal of palliative care. There will still be good days, and it’s important that you make the most of them.

Your comfort is the center of our care.

When you or your loved one are receiving treatment for a life-limiting condition, INTEGRIS palliative care is here to provide relief from the illness-related symptoms and stress to improve the quality of life for both the patient and the family. Our compassionate palliative care teams are specialists who work together with you, your family and your doctors to provide an extra layer of support when you need it most by addressing your physical, psychological, emotional and social needs.

A Holistic Approach to Treatment

INTEGRIS palliative care can prevent or alleviate symptoms and side effects of disease and treatment, such as pain, depression, shortness of breath, fatigue, constipation, nausea, loss of appetite, difficulty sleeping, anxiety and any other symptoms that may be causing distress. Our goal is to provide the best in individualized palliative care so you can remain at home, adapt to lifestyle changes and preserve your independence—because feeling better is the first step to improving your quality of life.

Is Palliative Care the Same as Hospice Care?

Palliative and hospice care share the same goals of comfort through management of pain and symptoms, and both embrace the concept of an interdisciplinary care team. However, palliative care is available to all patients and their families at any stage of a serious or chronic illness and can also be provided alongside curative treatment. Hospice care is for patients who are at the end stages of an incurable disease.

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