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Palliative Care Services

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What is Palliative Care?

Palliative care gives relief from the symptoms and stress that arise when someone is coping with a serious illness.  Palliative care is available even if a person is still receiving curative treatment; it is not necessary to give up your current doctors.


Your Palliative Care Team includes: 

  • Physician and/or Nurse Practitioner

  • Registered Nurse Case Manager

  • Social Worker

  • Community Health Worker

  • Administrative Care Coordinator

We offer an extra layer of support for individuals and families by providing in-home support that allows people to live their life to the fullest extent possible.

Services Provided

  • Support in setting the goals for care and the overall life goals

  • Help with understanding the medical system

  • Managing medications and prescriptions

  • Ordering necessary medical equipment

  • Educating family members and caregivers on how to give medications and use medical equipment

  • Help with filling out complicated medical and social service forms

  • Organizing meetings to help resolve family conflicts

  • Assisting with difficult emotional and logistical transitions, such as moving to an assisted living facility


To schedule an appointment or get more information:

Call (707) 267-9880


“The palliative care team has provided me with an exceptional support system making me feel totally at ease with my situation, helping with my ever-changing needs and medications. I am eternally grateful Hospice of Humboldt is there for me and my family.” – SJ

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