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Palliative Care

Living the most comfortable life possible.

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If you or a loved one is seriously ill, there are ways to manage the pain, live more comfortably, and make the most of each day. Hosparus Health is excited to announce the launch of its new palliative care brand, Pallitus Health Partners.

Pallitus Health Partners offers comprehensive palliative care for serious and chronic illness throughout our service area. Specialized services include chronic symptom and medication management, disease education, and care coordination. Interdisciplinary care teams provides medical expertise and support designed to meet individual goals and offer the best possible quality of life at any stage of serious illness.

We work hard to make palliative care affordable.

Palliative care services are covered by most insurance plans. Financial assistance is also available for those unable to pay. Please contact us to discuss your needs, and let us help you determine coverage eligibility and fees.

Now is a good time for compassion and comfort.

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Palliative care is appropriate at any age and at any stage of a serious illness. It can be provided along with current treatments designed to cure and/or support your illness. Call us today, 502-814-5408, to get started.

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