Pathways Community Palliative Care improves the Quality of Life for patients and their families.
Living with a serious illness is challenging. Pathways Community Palliative Care provides education and support to help you and your family navigate these challenges to reduce stress and improve quality of life. Pathways participants actively learn more about their choices and ways to manage the issues that advanced illness sometimes brings.
Palliative Care is uniquely different from hospice and is a natural extension of our mission. It is
appropriate at any age and can be provided while seeking curative treatment.
Individuals with any serious illness may benefit from Palliative Care. For example, conditions may include Heart Disease, Lung Disease, Neurologic Conditions, Dementia and Cancer.
Common indications that a person may benefit from Palliative Care include complex care requirements, a decline in function, unintended weight loss, infections, emergency department visits and hospital admission.
Pathways Community Palliative Care is an outreach of Hospice of Midland,
provided at no cost to the patient or family.
Our staff bring a high level of experience and expertise in community-based healthcare. We work in collaboration with your healthcare team, and medical care continues to be directed by your physician.
Our team of Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Nurses and Spiritual Care Counselors are specially trained to empower you to make informed decisions. We work in collaboration with your healthcare team, and medical care continues to be directed by your physician.
"Pathways helped me understand what really matters by giving my life direction when I was at a crossroads. I'm thankful for the support."
Together we will tailor a plan that best fits your wishes and needs, and may include: