Hospice, Palliative, and Primary Care in Smithfield, UT

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Hospice vs. Palliative vs. Primary Care:

Choosing the Right Care Option for Your Loved One

Hospice Care

Peoria hospice care is a service for terminally ill patients or those patients unlikely to live more than six months.

Palliative Care

For people suffering from severe illness or chronic pain, whose quality of life diminishes because of the condition, palliative care represents a beneficial option.

Primary Care

This service is helpful for those who have chronic illnesses or limited mobility and need physician appointments at home.

What Areas Are Covered by Elevation Hospice, Palliative, and Primary Care?

We cover all neighborhoods in and near Smithfield, UT, including Providence, Nibley, Smithfield, North Logan, Hyrum, Logan, and Tremonton. See our complete list of UT locations for hospice, palliative, and mobile primary care. Or visit our sister services from Agape Hospice Care in Georgia, ElevationHospice in Colorado, and Sage Hospice, Primary and Palliative Care in Arizona.

How Does Hospice Care Work?

For patients nearing the end of their lives, comfort is a priority. Mobile hospice care allows patients to remain comfortably at home or in a medical facility to receive care. Smithfield hospice care team members provide gentle and supportive care to ease worries and burdens in a patient’s final days.

Our home hospice care staff provides:

How Does Palliative Care Work?

Palliative care is a holistic approach to the challenging symptoms patients face. Our Smithfield palliative care team not only treats pain and other difficult physical symptoms but also nurtures the patient’s spirit during a trying time. This care, conducted by a team of top doctors, nurses, social workers, spiritual leaders, therapists, nutritionists, and more, takes place in the patient’s home, assisted living, or nursing home facility.

Our home palliative care offers:

How Does Primary Care Work?

Mobile primary care addresses the needs of home-bound patients who may have limited mobility. This care addresses chronic conditions that hinder the patient’s daily life. Our doctors and nurses provide the quality care offered by a clinic in the comfort of the patient’s home.

Elevation mobile primary care includes:

How Does Insurance Work for Hospice, Palliative, and Mobile Primary Care in Utah?

Why Work With Elevation Mobile Caregivers?

At Elevation, we know each patient has unique needs, so our commitment is to provide the most compassionate, thorough, and individualized care possible to all of our patients. We strive to improve the quality of life for patients affected by serious illnesses while emphasizing dignity and respect in the care we provide.

  • Our professional caregivers nurture patients by providing:
  • Knowledgeable, qualified, and compassionate care
  • Comfort to struggling family members
  • Therapy to address social, emotional, and spiritual needs
  • Convenient and individualized in-home care
  • Industry-leading medical equipment and supplies
  • Specialist referrals

Honoring Our Veterans: Elevationʼs Commitment to We Honor Veterans

Elevation is committed to showing gratitude and respect to our veterans in Utah for their selfless service to our country. We recognize that many veterans struggle with post-traumatic stress and other emotional challenges, and we are dedicated to providing compassionate care to help ease their pain. As a small token of our appreciation, we make it a priority to honor our veterans on important military holidays and commemorative dates.

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