Symponia Hospice provides an array of services, as well as an experienced team of healthcare professionals who meet regularly to discuss and implement an individual plan of care tailored to our patient’s wishes.
What is hospice?
Hospice care is based on the philosophy of treating the patient by focusing on their quality of life and symptom management when curative measures are no longer available or desired. Hospice care helps to ensure patients are pain-free, surrounded, comforted and at peace as they transition.
We offer three distinct services that cater to our patient’s needs.
Each service varies in terms of where hospice service is provided and the level of care the patient receives. We are honored to serve patients in the Gwinnett, Clayton, Fulton, Cobb, Rockdale, Dekalb, Barrow and Henry counties.
Get routine home care in the comfort of wherever you call home; whether that be at your home, an assisted living facility, personal care home or nursing home. Our professional team will develop an individual plan of care and schedule regular home visits to ensure that your medical, social and emotional needs are met.
Some patients experience symptoms that are temporarily too difficult to be managed by the caregiver. In these situations, short-term management can occur in a general inpatient unit (hospital like setting), or through around-the-clock home care. After the symptoms are under control, the patient is returned to routine care.
Are you a caregiver in need of relief? Symponia Hospice's respite care is available when caregivers need a rest from their responsibilities. We also cater to patients who stay in a facility with 24-hour nursing care for five days. Our staff can even provide care and companionship for your loved one while you run errands or simply get the relief and support you need.
Our Comprehensive List of Services Include:
Medications related to a hospice diagnosis and medications used to treat symptoms are covered. Your nurse will discuss all medications you are receiving to assure your continuity of care and ensure there are no conflicts.
Hospice provides medical supplies, according to the patient’s needs.
Our admitting nurse will determine with you what equipment might be needed to provide the optimal care.
Our staff of care professionals are trained to administer first-aid.
Our staff is professionally trained to efficiently assist patients who are disabled.
A licensed dietician is available to assess your nutritional needs.