Uni Care Home Health Care is a 4.5 STAR Medicare Agency


*Uni Care’s SHP rating is 4.5 stars (Strategic Healthcare Programs, 1/2024)

Uni Care Palliative Care is specialized medical care that focuses on providing patients relief from pain and other symptoms of a serious illness, no matter the diagnosis or stage of disease.

Our palliative care team aims to improve the quality of life for both patients and their families. This form of care is offered alongside curative or other treatments you may be receiving.

Would you like to receive care in the comfort of your home?  Please call us to check if palliative care is now available in your area.

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Palliative Care is provided by our team of doctors, nurses, and other specially trained people. We work with you, your family, and your other doctors to provide an extra layer of support that complements your ongoing care. 

To facilitate care delivery, whenever possible, we cater to all our patients, including multi-lingual and multi-nationality patients, by having clinicians and administrative staff who can speak our patients’ language.

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 Palliative care is specialized medical care for people living with a serious illness. Palliative care can be received at the same time as your treatment for your disease or condition. It focuses on providing relief from the symptoms and stress of serious illness. The palliative care team works to prevent or ease suffering, improve quality of life for both the patient and their family, and help patients and their families make difficult health care decisions. When a patient decides to forgo treatment for their serious illness or is near the end of life, they may decide to enter hospice care.

 A serious illness may be defined as a disease or condition with a high risk of death or one that negatively affects a person’s quality of life or ability to perform daily tasks. It may cause symptoms or have treatments that affect daily life and lead to caregiver stress. Examples of serious illnesses include dementia, cancer, heart failure, and chronic obstructive lung disease.

 Palliative care can be provided alongside of your current treatment and care. Your palliative care team works with your current doctor and others to provide specific treatments and care plans. Palliative care is meant to enhance your current care by focusing on quality of life for you and your family.

 Palliative care can be provided in hospitals, nursing homes, outpatient palliative care clinics and certain other specialized clinics, or at home.

 Most private insurance plans at least partially cover palliative care services. Medicare and Medicaid also typically cover most of these services. Veterans may also be eligible for palliative care through the Department of Veterans Affairs.

 Studies have shown that palliative care can have many benefits for both patients and their families. These studies show that those enrolled in palliative care have fewer symptoms, greater emotional support, and increased patient and family satisfaction.

Source: www.nia.nih.gov

Patient Referrals

If you know of someone who may need our quality and compassionate Palliative Care, please contact us to check availability in your area.  We will work directly with the patient, doctor (for the care order) and/or family that you’ve referred to us.  Thank you for thinking of us.