Palliative Care

What is Palliative Care?

Palliative Care is specialized and supportive care for those who are facing serious illnesses. The goal of palliative care is to ensure relief from symptoms, pain, stress other issues that arise while you are facing illness. Adoray is your partner in care – wherever you call home & at any stage of serious illness. Unlike Hospice Care, with Palliative Care you are not required to stop life-saving treatments like Chemotherapy & Radiation.

Adoray’s Palliative Care in collaboration with the patient’s primary care provider (PCP) and payor offers patient and family centered care including advance care planning, symptom management, care coordination, education and support. Care is provided by an interdisciplinary team with a focus on patient goals of care to ease the individual’s suffering and improve quality of life.

The Palliative Care Circle of Care

Who is eligible for Palliative Care?

Should meet the following criteria:

Recommend exclusion of patients on transplant waiting list and those with primary psychiatric diagnosis *

*Serious Illness

Who Pays for Palliative Care Services Provided by Adoray?

Medicare, Medicaid, and many private insurance plans cover home health palliative care services, according to the contract provisions of the policy. Adoray staff will check individual insurance benefits for each patient. If criteria are met, these insurances usually cover services at 80% to 100%

Getting Started

If you have questions, we’ll make it easy to get answers or to talk to someone about your needs and concerns. We’re here, ready to give you more information about the benefits of palliative care, offer choices and options, or help you begin care.

Call us today to begin a conversation, and Discover the Adoray Difference!

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Palliative Referral Form

Our enrollment team responds promptly to referral requests throughout each day. However, if there is an urgent need and outside the hours of 8:00am – 4:30pm, please also call Adoray Enrollment at 800.359.0174.

Are you the primary caregiver or a Clinic/Long-Term Care Community?


* We may request copies of clinical information or advanced directives be faxed to (855) 439.8914. We will contact you via your preferred method if additional information is required.