We seek to become an extension of the physician’s office in order to provide the continuum of care tailed to the individual patients’ needs.
Palliative care is not hospice care. It does not replace the patient’s primary treatment. Instead, it works in conjunction with the primary treatment being received as an extra layer of support. Palliative care focuses on the pain symptoms and stress of a serious illness most often as an adjunct to curative care modalities. Treatments are not limited and can range from conservative to aggressive.
Palliative care is provided by specialized doctors, certified registered nurse practitioners (CRNPs), social workers and chaplains all working together with the patient’s doctors to provide an extra layer of support. Your team provides:
To speak to a Longleaf Hospice grief counselor, please call 770-939-9179.
When you book a free consultation with us, we will answer any questions you might have about Hospice Care, our services, and our team. We want to understand your loved one’s health condition. If they are eligible for Hospice care, we will work together to figure out the best plan for their unique needs.
Our respite care options allow primary caregivers to take a break, reconnect, disconnect, or just tend to their individual needs.
Receive regularly scheduled visits to address the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of your loved ones in your preferred residential setting.
Our goal for inpatient hospice care is to improve our patient’s quality of life. We also include the family in our care plan so that everyone receives the support they need.
We offer around-the-clock hospice care services to address the concerns of patients facing life-limiting conditions and provide support for their families.
Our team consists of highly trained, kind, and professional members who deliver a care plan for alleviating the grieving process and improving quality of life.
Our team of certified nurses is available for you. If you would like to ask a question, use this online form to contact one of our nurses.