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Getting Palliative Care

AuthoraCare Collective serves patients wherever they call “home”—whether it is a private residence or a long-term care community.

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Palliative Care in Your Home

Most palliative care is provided in the comfort of one’s own home. Your AuthoraCare team will schedule regular visits to the patient’s home. They will coordinate a treatment plan with the patient’s regular doctors to ensure that all care is aligning with the patient’s and family’s health care wishes. 

Palliative Care in Long-Term Care Communities

AuthoraCare also serves patients who are currently residing in skilled nursing, memory care, assisted-living, independent-living and group home communities. Our team works closely with facility staff members to serve residents with a life-limiting illnesses. The frequency of visits is based on the needs of the patient.

“I cannot imagine having to go through what I did without their help. My two goals of allowing my dad to stay home and remain pain free were met, but only possible with their help.”

The daughter of a patient

Do you think you or your loved one could benefit from a palliative care consultation?

Contact us for more information.

Burlington | 336.532.0100 Greensboro | 336.621.2500