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Its goal is to provide relief from the extreme symptoms and stress of an illness to improve quality of life for both the patient and his or her family and loved ones.

Palliative Care is specialized medical care for people suffering from a serious illness. Its goal is to provide relief from the extreme symptoms and stress of an illness to improve quality of life for both the patient and his or her family and loved ones.

At OnPointe At Home, patients work with an interdisciplinary team from within our wide network of healthcare services. Whether healthcare professionals, social workers, spiritual counselors, pharmacists, aides or others, together they can identify and treat the discomforts that, in most cases, lead to hospitalization. Through regular and frequent visits with patients and their families to establish goals and provide both support for and open communication about the patient’s progress, they can make better decisions that often lead to a patient’s recovery and ultimately a better quality of life.

It’s important to know the difference between palliative care and hospice care. At OnPointe At Home, hospice care begins after treatment of the disease has stopped and when it is clear that the person is not going to survive the illness. Palliative Care begins at diagnosis and is employed at the same time as treatment to alleviate the pain and discomfort of the illness’s symptoms.

Because pain can inhibit participation in daily activities and thus make people appear to need more assistance than they would if their pain was under control, our nurses work closely with your primary care physician and referring specialists to provide the best possible palliative care. This includes developing a pain management program that works for you and your family, often combining long and short-acting medications to help you reach the level of comfort you desire.

We have nurses available 24/7 to answer questions and ensure your pain management is a success. Call us today to discuss the services we can provide you or your loved one.

HOSPICE
CARE

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Our hospice team includes your personal physician, the hospice medical director, nurse, home health aides, social workers, counselors and compassionate, trained volunteers who work together to provide the specific needs of each individual patient.

PALLIATIVE
CARE

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Palliative Care is specialized medical care for people suffering from a serious illness. Its goal is to provide relief from the extreme symptoms and stress of an illness to improve quality of life for both the patient and his or her family and loved ones.

PROFESSIONAL
SERVICES

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The Professional Services provided by OnPointe At Home are part of the Medicare program called Transitional Care Management, a program created in 2013 to help patients manage their healthcare needs following a discharge from an Inpatient Acute Care Hospital, Skilled Nursing Facility, Long Term Care Hospital, Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility or Hospital, outpatient observation or partial hospitalization.

HOME
HEALTH

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Home health care services provided by OnPointe At Home are ordered by your physician and provided by our team of skilled nursing professionals, therapists and/or trained attendants. Because we have over 100 years of experience across many levels of healthcare, we can provide the best quality care for each individual patient, no matter what those specific needs might be.

HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS

As a healthcare professional, you want to ensure that the service provider you entrust your patients to is someone you can count on to provide the highest level of care. Learn how and why, over the past 100 years, the OnPointe network has become a highly trusted home health care provider.

PATIENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES

Deciding how to care for yourself or for a loved one in need of transitional and home care can be difficult, even overwhelming. OnPointe At Home provides comprehensive, patient-centered transitional home care services so you or your loved one can start living a better quality of life.