We believe all eligible patients and those who love them deserve high-quality care tailored to meet their unique needs.

Who is eligible?

Many people think palliative care is just for individuals in the final days or their lives, or for people who do not wish to pursue aggressive or curative treatment, but palliative care is for anyone who might benefit from additional pain and symptom management.

Often, individuals receiving other Medicare benefits, such as home health services and skilled nursing care due to a serious illness, are eligible to receive palliative care at the same time.

You may be eligible for palliative care if you: live with one or more chronic conditions such as heart failure, COPD, Alzheimer's, dementia, cancer, or other advanced illnesses, make frequent visits to the hospital, develop recurring infections, experience unintentional weight loss, or desire information regarding advance care planning.

If you would like to get in touch with us, we're here for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year to answer any questions you or your loved ones may have. Use the form below, begin a chat at the bottom of the screen, or call 1.800.752.0444 to connect.

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