Pillars Hospice Care


Palliative Care in Phoenix, AZ

Caring for an individual can be strenuous, especially when you're doing it all on your own. Rely on Pillars Hospice Care when you need compassionate palliative care in Phoenix, AZ. Our nurses are attentive, kind, and experienced. No matter what illness your loved one is suffering from, you can count on our palliative care nurses for personalized service. A myth that surrounds hospice and palliative care is that it is used when a family has all but given up hope for a cure. We are here to tell you that this couldn't be farther from the truth. Palliative care is a specialized care that creates a health support system for your loved one and you.

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Senior Woman in Palliative Care in Phoenix, AZ

How In-Home Palliative Care and In-Home Hospice Care Differ

While in-home palliative care and in-home hospice care overlap in many ways, they also differ in many ways. Perhaps one of the biggest differences between the two is their timing. Hospice care is recommended for patients who have a terminal illness and have a life expectancy of 6 months or less. In-home palliative care is recommended at any time during the illness and it does not have to be terminal.

They also differ in terms of treatment. Hospice care focuses on the comfort and quality of life of a patient. It works to get most from life with the time the patient has left. Palliative care is provided when comfort is wanted or needed. Physical therapy and other types of treatments that prolong life may still continue.


Palliative Care Nurses Have a Wealth of Experience

Get the support you need to help you through this difficult time. Our palliative care nurses have 140 years of combined experience. Our staff of nurses has the training and knowledge to offer the care and attentiveness your loved one needs. Additionally, our service is owned and operated by nurses. This ensures that your family member or friend gets the right medical and health services he or she requires. Stability is an important aspect of palliative care. Our patients are not just a number. The nurse that was assigned to you during intake is the same nurse that works with you through end-of-life.

Free Consultation for Palliative Care Services

If you find that you're spreading yourself too thin with all of your responsibilities, consider palliative care services. With our help, we can take some of the responsibility off of your shoulders and give you more time to spend with your loved one. We offer a free consultation where you can sit down with our nurse and ask any questions you have.


Contact us to help care for your loved one. We work with families and loved ones in Phoenix, Mesa, Tempe, Chandler, and Glendale, Arizona, as well as all Maricopa County.