Patients with life-limiting illnesses, including but not limited to:
Metastatic or recurrent cancer • Dementia • Liver disease • COPD • HIV/AIDS • Cardiac disease • Stroke • Renal disease • Persistent coma

Patients with uncontrolled physical symptoms, including, but not
limited to:

Pain • Delirium • Dyspnea (shortness of breath) • Insomnia • Nausea (and/or vomiting) • Anxiety • Agitation • Cough

Patients and/or families wishing to discuss:
Advance care planning • Goals of therapy • Comfort-directed therapy • Withdrawal of mechanical ventilation, artificial nutrition and/or other forms of artificial life support

• Keeping patients as comfortable as possible at all stages of illness
• Assisting patients and families in making decisions about care and treatments based on their goals of care
• Ability to serve patients at home, hospital, nursing home or assisted living
• Integrates the psychological and spiritual aspects of patient care
• Relief from pain regardless of type or origin.