Palliative Care
in Chenango County

With You Every Step of the Way

Palliative Care is holistic care designed to relieve the burden of chronic disease for any age and step in the disease process.

What is Palliative Care?

Symptom management for people with chronic illness or those undergoing curative treatment

Patient Care

Pain, shortness of breath, anxiety, or depression, as a result of their long-term disease or cancer.

For Any Age

We provide palliative care options for any age, and any chronic illness or cancer.

Family Support

Resources and help to relieve the pressures and stress of caring for a loved one.

Cost Options

Basic Palliative Care services is income based.
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Did you know?

You can receive our palliative care services, in-home, even if you are receiving curative treatment?

Our Program

Our program is designed to relieve the symptoms, stress, and burden of living with a serious illness. These services can be accessed along side curative care and are appropriate at any stage of illness.

Why Palliative Care?

Caring for you and your loved ones

Quality of Life

We focus on symptom, pain, and stress management.

Community Resources

Local resources to help support you and your familiy.


The palliative care team is made up of interdisciplinary experts.

Physical Care

Care beyond the physical with emotional and spiritual support.

Our Mission

Comforting Patients, Empowering Families, Supporting Our Community.

How It Works

Your Comfort is Our Priority

Step 1


Our organization is unique in we can take referrals from any source. Simply call our office, whether you are a patient, a family caregiver, or a medical provider, and one of our palliative care team members will assist you in beginning the referral process.

Choose Hospice Type

Step 2

Determining Type of Care

Once the referral and supporting medical records are received by our clinical team, they are reviewed to determine which program will work best for the patient.

Patients and families can expect a call from our team to review individualized services, and schedule the admission.

Step 3


Once the patient and family agree that palliative care is the right choice, then the admission can begin. The admission consists of signing consents and a physical assessment with the palliative team to help determine a unique plan of care tailored to each individual patient and family.


Cost Options

Palliative care is not covered by insurance, but we are here to make it more accessible to you.

Basic Services Are Income Based

Contact our office for income guidelines and to see what discounts are available to you.

Basic Services Includes

Additional Services

Additional services can be purchased via a sliding fee scale.
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