Palliative Care helps fill the gaps left in traditional medicine by offering holistic treatment of symptoms for some of the most vulnerable people in your community. A typical palliative care patient has multiple health conditions and lives everyday with difficult symptoms. Many have limited social and financial resources.
What is Palliative Care?
Specialized care for serious illness.
Palliative Care is specialized medical care for people with serious illnesses or health problems. This type of care helps people of all ages by reliving pain and other symptoms like breathing problems, nausea, depression, anxiety, trouble sleeping, exhaustion, loss of appetite or spiritual or emotional concerns.
Team approach to managing your illness.
The team, consisting of specially trained doctors, nurses, social workers and chaplains, takes time to get to know you and your health goals. The team works in collaboration with your current doctors and specialists. The team is interested in learning how your health issues have impacted your quality of life and want to make each day as good as it can be by providing support and symptom management.
How does Palliative Care Help?
When you have an advanced illness, life may seem very confusing and complicated. Here is how Midland Care can help:
- Listens carefully to you and your family
- Helps you understand your illness and what to expect
- Supports you as you work towards goals
- Works with your other doctors and health care providers
- Provides you with emotional support
- Manages your pain and other symptoms
- Provides you with 24/7 phone support
Midland Care is Your Local Expert.
Midland Care has forty years of experience treating people with serious illness, and has offered palliative care since 2001. We believe that patients with advanced illness and their families have a need for palliative care services, including pain and symptom management, education and emotional support.