Palliative Care

Find support for loved ones with Solid Care Hospice’s palliative care. Our expert team ensures comfort and quality of life for patients facing serious illness. Learn more about our personalized care services.

Compassionate Palliative Care

Our palliative care program is specifically designed to provide relief from the symptoms, pain, and stress of a serious illness—regardless of the diagnosis. Our multidisciplinary team of healthcare professionals works closely with patients and families to tailor treatments that align with individual needs and preferences.

Palliative Care by Solid Care Hospice

Providing a Gentle Journey Through Palliative Care

Our experienced team of healthcare professionals works tirelessly to ensure your loved one’s days are filled with relief, serenity, and moments of joy. When you choose Solid Care Hospice, you’re not just selecting services—you’re choosing a promise of compassion.

Schedule Your Free Initial Consultation Today

Book your free initial consultation today and explore dedicated hospice care options for your loved one. Our expert team provides compassionate support tailored to your needs.

Why Choose Us?

At Solid Care Hospice, we understand the complexity and emotional weight of choosing palliative care. Our mission is to provide patients and their families with the support, comfort, and dignity they deserve at every step of this profound journey.

Experienced Team:

Our skilled professionals are deeply committed to delivering the highest quality care with sensitivity and compassion.

Personalized Care Plans

Every patient’s situation is unique, and so are our care plans. Tailored to suit individual needs, we ensure the comfort and well-being of our patients at all stages.

Family Support

We understand the emotional toll during these times, so we extend our support services to family members, providing guidance, counseling, and assistance throughout the process.

Your questions answered

Common questions

Navigating through the process of choosing hospice care can bring up many questions. Below, we’ve compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions to help provide clarity and support for those considering hospice care services for themselves or their loved ones.

Palliative care is a specialized field of medicine that focuses on enhancing the quality of life for individuals with serious illnesses. This approach aims to provide comprehensive care that addresses physical, emotional, and spiritual needs while also tending to the patient’s family and caregivers.

Palliative care is appropriate for individuals at any age and any stage in a serious illness, whether that illness is curable, chronic, or life-threatening.

While both palliative and hospice care provide comfort, palliative care can begin at diagnosis and at the same time as treatment. Hospice care is a form of palliative care that is usually offered when the patient has six months or less to live and is no longer receiving treatments to cure the illness.

Hospice care is a form of end-of-life care designed to provide comfort and support to patients in the final phase of a terminal illness. It focuses on pain management and symptom relief, aiming to improve the quality of life for patients and their families. Hospice care supports patients’ physical, emotional, and spiritual needs and provides help to families and caregivers.

Palliative care services might include but are not limited to, pain and symptom management, support with decision-making regarding treatment options, coordinating care among your healthcare providers, assistance with navigating the healthcare system, and providing emotional, social, and spiritual support.

Typically, palliative care starts with a referral from your primary care provider or specialist. Talk to your doctor about a referral if you think end-of-life care could benefit you or a loved one. You can also contact our palliative care service directly to discuss your situation and explore options.

Palliative care is covered under Medicare, Medicaid, and most private insurance plans under the component of your coverage, including all other hospital and doctor services. Coverage can vary, so it’s a good idea to contact your insurance provider directly to find out what your policy includes.