Palliative care

Palliative care is providing comfortable, prompt and empathetic care of an elder with end stage disease, advanced age, cancer and life threatening conditions where no active treatment is recommended. The palliative team works along the family and the elder to provide comfortable and pain free moments to the elder and his family.

FEATURES

Experienced and trained Doctors and Nurses to provide palliative care at clinic, home and hospice center

Pre and post diagnosis counselling to elder and family

Assistance in preparing advanced health care directive

Depression and bereavement counselling

 

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