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What is palliative care?
To palliate means to ease suffering physically, emotionally and spiritually. Our team sees you or your loved one as a whole person, not just someone with a disease. We want to build relationships with you and your loved ones throughout the course of an illness.
As a patient with Mayo Clinic Health System in Eau Claire, Dianne Rhein shared her thoughts about Palliative and Supportive Care Service as she journeyed with cancer. Dianne passed away on Sept. 8, 2012. It was her wish that her video messages continue to be shared with others:
Palliative and Supportive Care Service is here to help.
Who our professionals are
We want you or your loved one to live the best life possible. Working closely with you or your loved one, the team helps address:
We will help you clarify your goals for the future and discuss treatment options.
We also can help you complete the Health Care Power of Attorney document and do not resuscitate orders and bracelet.
If you think palliative care might be of help to you or your loved one, please tell a member of your health care team or call 715-838-3224.
Get Palliative Care
Chippewa Valley Family Caregiving Alliance
Hospital and Clinic715-537-3186877-709-0797 (toll-free)
Hospital and Clinic1222 E. Woodland Ave.Barron, WI 54812
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