Patients facing a terminal diagnosis and only six months to live are excellent candidates for hospice care.
People in need of help managing chronic pain or serious illness that severely affects their lives may be eligible for palliative 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.
We cover all neighborhoods in and near West Valley City, UT, including Providence, Nibley, Smithfield, North Logan, Hyrum, Logan, and Tremonton. See our full list of UT hospice, palliative, and mobile primary care locations, or our sister services from Agape Hospice Care in Georgia and Elevation Hospice in Colorado, and Sage Hospice, Mobile Primary and Palliative Care in Arizona.
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. Goodyear hospice care team members provide gentle and supportive care to ease worries and burdens in a patient’s final days.
Palliative care is a holistic approach to the challenging symptoms patients face. Our Goodyear 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.
Mobile primary care is ideal for patients with pain or discomfort inhibiting their mobility and making necessary medical visits difficult. Elevation will bring care to the patient, making the process significantly easier. Our team can coordinate care with the patient’s physicians and specialists.
Elevation works with experts in the medical field and offers qualified spiritual guides to provide patients with comprehensive care as they face end-of-life decisions. Our team of compassionate caregivers is available to assist hospice, palliative, and mobile primary care patients and their families with the utmost respect.
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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