If you’re living with a serious illness, our palliative care services can provide relief from pain and alleviate distressing symptoms. Palliative care can be offered any time during diagnosis and treatment of many long-term conditions. Our focus is to relieve the physical, social, emotional and spiritual suffering that often accompanies a chronic or complex illness. We understand that when your pain and symptoms are under control, you can focus on what matters most – the people and activities that you love.
What Symptoms Can Palliative Care Help Manage?
Covenant Care’s palliative care services can assist patients who need relief from:
- Shortness of breath
- Uncontrolled Nausea/Vomiting
- Lack of Appetite
- Other symptoms associated with a serious illness
Who Provides Palliative Care?
Palliative care services are provided by a multi-disciplinary team of that may include:
- Nurse practitioners
- Social workers
- Spiritual care coordinators
Our physicians and nurse practitioners enhance the care provided by your referring doctor – serving as an extension and never a substitute – as they work collaboratively to promote quality of life and optimal well-being. Each of our specialists has advanced training in pain and symptom management, and will expertly guide you and your loved ones through discussions on goals of care and future treatment options, all with the utmost respect and compassion.
Palliative Care Locations
- Capital Regional Medical Center – 2626 Capital Medical Boulevard, Tallahassee, Florida
- Providence Hospital – 6801 Airport Boulevard, Mobile, Alabama
- Bay Medical Center Sacred Heart Health System – 615 North Bonita Avenue, Panama City, Florida
If you have questions regarding Covenant Palliative Care, please contact our Care Navigation Center 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by calling 1.855.CARE.365. A care navigation specialist will be glad to give you more information on how Covenant Palliative Care can give you and your loved ones more quality time.
For additional information about palliative care, visit GetPalliativeCare.org.