Transitional care is specialized care for people living with serious illness and significant injury. It’s focused on providing relief from symptoms and stress, and its goal is to improve quality of life for both the patient and their loved ones. Transitional care is patient-centered, family-oriented and compassionate. It provides that extra layer of physical and emotional support throughout all stages of a serious illness or injury.
Transitional care can start the moment a patient is diagnosed with a serious or life-threatening illness. We work continuously alongside the patient, family, and medical team. Transitional care treats people suffering from serious and chronic conditions, such as:
While we focus on symptom control and relief, our top priority is to help you restore your quality of life and remedy the pains and stresses that come with a serious illness. Our multidisciplinary team of physicians, nurses, social workers, chaplains work to comprehensively address the needs of a patient. You or your loved ones can take advantage of the many transitional care services.
Your transitional care team is made up of providers, nurses and social workers. Our team works closely with your regular doctors to ensure your care is well-coordinated to manage symptoms and address concerns that matter most to you. We work as a team with patients of all ages, and at all stages of a serious illness. Each patient’s team may vary based on their needs and level of care.