Aggressive Symptom Management and Complex Modalities
No matter how complex or challenging your patient’s symptoms, ProCare Hospice offers hospice and palliative care solutions and protocols that many other hospice providers do not, including but not limited to:
- Intravenous therapies for pain management, hydration, antibiotics, etc.
- Chest tube/PleurX
- High-flow oxygen therapy
- Palliative blood transfusions
- BiPAP, CPAP and Trilogy non-invasive ventilation
- PEG-tube care and tube feedings
If symptoms worsen while your patient is under hospice care, ProCare Hospice adjusts the patient’s level of care to provide full-time clinical support, additional palliative measures and/or a temporary stay in a facility unit until symptoms are stabilized and pain is managed.
Individualized Care Plan in Preferred Setting of Care
Patients with high-acuity needs may require care that is difficult to deliver outside of a hospital, long-term care or skilled nursing facility.
ProCare Hospice develops a unique care plan for each of its patients, based on their medical needs, end-of-life wishes and goals of care. For most patients, this means receiving care at home. ProCare Hospice offers four levels of hospice care to meet a patient’s varying needs throughout their disease trajectory, helping them stay home and eliminating the need for hospital stays or ER visits.