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  • Address: 10200 E Girard Ave, Suite D-140
    Denver, CO 80231
  • Phone: 1-303-357-2540
  • Email: info@divinehospice.net

Palliative care is meant to make the patient more comfortable by controlling pain and managing symptoms.

Divine Hospice & Palliative Care treat emotional, social, and practical problems that illnesses can bring up. When the person feels better in these areas, they have an improved quality of life.

Palliative care treatment grew out of the hospice movement. The palliative team who work with the patient’s other physicians to address the physical, psychological or social distress of serious illness and its treatment.

Palliative care may begin when the illness is diagnosed, throughout treatment, during follow-up,
and at the end of life.

What Palliative Care Includes

Treatment of the Physical Symptoms or side effects using medicine, nutritional guidance, physical and/or occupational therapy.

Emotional Support is available to patients and their families through counseling, support groups or referrals to mental health providers during this stressful time.

The National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO) provide a Moments of Life series honoring those who have benefited through Hospice or Palliative Care.

Understanding Palliative Care

Micheal Sampair's journey through Palliative Care


Source: National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization

Frequently Asked Questions

Both palliative care and hospice care provide comfort. But palliative care can begin at diagnosis, and at the same time as treatment. Hospice care begins after it is treatment is stopped. This can be due to the risks out weighing the benefits of possible treatments or because there are no other treatment options available.

Palliative care is an approach that improves the quality of life of patients and their families facing the problem associated with life-threatening illness, through the prevention and relief of suffering by means of early identification and impeccable assessment and treatment of pain and other problems, physical, psychosocial and spiritual.

Yes
Your palliative doctor coordinates care with your other doctors and helps you navigate the often-complex healthcare system.

Most private insurance plans, as well as Medicare and Medicaid, cover palliative care services in the hospital, in rehabilitation and in skilled nursing or hospice facilities
Divine Hospice & Palliative Care has a non-profit foundation, supported by donations, that allows care for indigent, uninsured patients or those without a payor source.

Not at all.
The goal of palliative care is to make one comfortable and achieve the best possible quality of life. Palliative care can be available while undergoing treatments that may cure or reverse the effects of an illness.

In fact, palliative care can help cope with aggressive treatments by getting pain and symptoms under control to help one fight the disease.

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