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Austin Palliative Care (APC) works with physicians, hospitals, skilled nursing facilities and rehabilitation centers to better transition patients back into a home environment. By coordinating care and actively managing symptoms, unnecessary hospital readmissions and ER visits can be reduced. And when the time is appropriate, APC can ease the patient’s and family’s transition to hospice care.
Partner with us to improve patient outcomes and patient/family satisfaction.
You can be assured that your patients are receiving the right care at the right time by partnering with Austin Palliative Care to relieve suffering and improve quality of life for your patients with progressing, serious illnesses.
Our expert services aid in delivering customized symptom management that improves patient outcomes, increases satisfaction and other performance measures, manages costs, and maximizes value.
Working closely with the patient’s primary doctor and consulting physicians, we provide coordinated care consisting of:
- Symptom management
- 24-hour availability
- Social service support
- Physical, psychosocial, spiritual and emotional support.
- Support during transitions
- Assistance with difficult conversations
From improving your patients’ ability to undergo treatment to creating advance directives and managing symptoms for comfort, Austin Palliative Care’s purpose is to maximize your patient’s quality of life according to his or her individual goals and aspirations.
Austin Palliative Care is currently accepting adult patients in Williamson, Travis and Hays counties who have physical hardships getting to outpatient clinics and would benefit from residential visits.
Austin Palliative Care is currently accepting adult patients with a prognosis of two years or less residing in Williamson, Travis and Hays counties who have physical hardships getting to outpatient clinics and would benefit from residential visits.
Austin Palliative Care has developed general guidelines for patients with COPD and Congestive Heart Failure that can help you determine if your patient may be appropriate for a palliative care referral. Please click on the links below to learn more.
If you have questions or would like more information, please contact us at (512) 397-3360 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.