Helping You Achieve a Better Quality of Life
Hope Palliative Care provides relief from the symptoms and stress of a serious illness, wherever you need care.
Our team of medical professionals can collaborate with your existing doctors and other healthcare providers to ensure your care is well coordinated. We can control your pain and other symptoms. And we can help you and your family clarify the goals of your care and convey your priorities.
Inpatient Hospital Care
If you or a loved one is hospitalized at one of our partnering hospitals, we can work with your medical team to provide palliative care. Patients receiving palliative care in an inpatient setting may be eligible to have services coordinated by our care transitions team.
Outpatient Clinic Care
The Hope Palliative Care Center is a free-standing outpatient clinic for anyone living with a serious illness. Patients meet with our physicians and nurse practitioners who specialize in palliative care.
For additional information or to make an appointment, please call (844) 671-HOPE.
Hope Palliative Care Center
100 Highland Avenue, Suite 303
Providence, RI 02906
If you qualify for home care services, you may be able receive home-based palliative care. This care serves as an extra layer of support to help you manage your illness and remain independent at home.
Home-based palliative care is provided by a specially trained, multi-disciplinary team of nurses, home health aides, care transition coordinators, therapists and social workers from Visiting Nurse of HopeHealth, working under the supervision of a physician from Hope Palliative Care.
Long-Term Care Facilities
If you are receiving care in a nursing home or skilled rehabilitation facility, we can work alongside your healthcare team to provide palliative care in that setting.
Pediatric Care (PediPal)
PediPal is our palliative care program for children and families in Massachusetts. Services include:
- Pain and symptom management
- Assessment and case management
- Spiritual care, social services and counseling for the child and other family members, especially siblings
- Complementary therapies, such as music therapy, massage therapy and engagement with a child-life specialist
- Volunteer support, respite care and grief support services for family members
This program is funded through donations and a contract with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.