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Hospice, Primary, & Palliative Care in
Summit Park, UT

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Services We Provide

Choosing the Right Care Option for Your Loved One

Hospice Care

Patients facing a terminal diagnosis and only six months to live are excellent candidates for hospice care.

Palliative Care

People in need of help managing chronic pain or serious illness that severely affects their lives may be eligible for palliative care.

Mobile Primary Care

Patients living with chronic illness and limited mobility may qualify for mobile primary care, allowing them to have the care they need at home.

Summit Park Neighborhoods We Cover

We cover all neighborhoods in and near Summit Park, Utah, including nearby Snyderville, Alta, Hideout, Wanship, Solitude, and Keetley.  See our complete list of Utah locations for hospice, mobile primary, and palliative care. Or visit our sister services from Agape Hospice Care in Georgia, Elevation Hospice 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. At home hospice care is a special type of treatment for patients facing the end of their lives. It focuses on making the experience as comfortable for the patient and the family as possible. Patients have a customized team of healthcare providers and spiritual advisors to bring as much ease and dignity to the process as possible. For more guidance on deciding if hospice care is appropriate, see our article 8 Signs it’s Time for Hospice Care.

Our home hospice care staff provides:

How Does Palliative Care Work?

At home palliative care is a unique service designed to help patients with chronic pain and serious illnesses cope. Medical staff will administer care alongside any curative treatments the patient may receive and help the families make decisions about transitioning to hospice care if necessary. Our palliative care teams aim to prevent suffering and help patients recover comfortably. See our article What is Palliative Care to learn more.

Our home palliative care offers:

How Does Mobile Primary Care Work?

Mobile primary care offers patients with chronic illnesses and mobility struggles the opportunity to receive the care they need at home or in a facility. An unfortunate number of people battling chronic illnesses miss necessary appointments because traveling is too difficult. Mobile primary care can bring the doctor visit to them.

At home primary care services include:

How Does Insurance Work?

Our Promise to You

Elevation caregivers are here to help and provide comforting support with the utmost respect and compassion for your loved one and your family. Our qualified team of experts brings comprehensive medical, spiritual and emotional care to your doorstep. We always put the patient’s needs first.

  • Receive needed care without the burden of travel
  • Access kind, qualified spiritual advisors, nurses, social workers, doctors, bereavement coordinators, and aides with hospice care in Garland
  • Receive comprehensive care, including testing, assessments, minor procedures, prescriptions, medical equipment, and pain management
  • Access specialty services, such as physical and occupational therapy

We Honor Veterans

The team of hospice professionals at Elevation is trained to provide thoughtful care to our veteran patients. That is why we are proud members of the We Honor Veterans program. We are mindful of the potential triggers veterans face and offer certificates of appreciation and American flag pins as well as other commemorative services to demonstrate our respect.

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