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Palliative Care

Has any of your dear ones ever suffer from a serious illness? Has the doctor told you that your dear one is passing through a very difficult stage in his/her life? Did the doctor advise you to give your loved one the utmost level of care and comfort? Many questions might disrupt you and change the quality of your life and your family life and thus leave a negative impact on your patient. The palliative care and attention provided by the family plays a big role in supporting the patient and maximizing his comfort. The palliative care you provide should meet the emotional and spiritual needs of patients, and make him overcome the pain, discomfort, and the stress of the serious illness. This type of care helps also in providing relief from mental stress at any stage of the illness.

At any critical stage of the chronic illness, you and your patient must need palliative care, as with the time passing, the illness can cause you anxiety, tension, and depression. The primary purpose of palliative care is to relieve the pain and other symptoms you are experiencing to improve your quality of life. If you feel you are in good condition, you will be able to support and assist your patient.

The palliative care team plays a great role in both curing the illness and helping you understand the nature of the illness through open discussions, treatment practices, and how to benefit most from this care.

Scope of Service:

We have carefully developed FOUR different programs based on the patient’s needs would include:

  • Dedicated palliative care physicians and nurses
  • Nurse and physicians scheduled visits
  • Nutritionists support
  • Psychologists support
  • Ensuring that care is fulfilling your wishes
  • Assistance in providing you with the best education and knowledge about the illness
  • Providing home medical equipment, upon request
  • Continued emotional and psychological support to the family and the patient
  • Support for patients and families to meet cultural and religious obligations and emotional and spiritual concerns

Who are the concerned patients?

  • Heart failure and cardiac patients
  • Cancer patients
  • Kidney failure patients
  • Lung diseases