Samaritan Palliative Medical Partners is Expanding!
Samaritan’s Palliative Medical Partners is a medical-specialty practice in New Jersey employing physicians, advance practice nurses, registered nurses — and now social workers and care coordinators — to provide palliative services to patients and their families wherever it’s most convenient for them.
As a top-rated South Jersey palliative care service provider, and the preferred palliative partner of Virtua Health, Jefferson Heath – New Jersey, and Saint John of God Community Services, palliative care provides an extra layer of support for patients living with any serious illness, at any stage, from the time of diagnosis, during treatments, and through the end of life. It helps you live your best life every day.
These services are provided in your home in Burlington County, Camden County, and Gloucester County, including Cherry Hill, Mount Holly, and the surrounding South NJ area, outpatient office, select hospitals, and via telehealth.
Samaritan’s South NJ Palliative care services includes compassionate experts who help address the pain, symptoms, and stresses of serious illness. The palliative team works with you to understand your treatment options, express and document your goals of care, make decisions about your healthcare, and optimize your quality of life.
Call now for a palliative consultation in South NJ: (800) 229-8183.
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Our palliative team includes 8 physicians who are board certified in hospice and palliative medicine; 13 palliative-trained nurse practitioners; and 5 registered nurse liaisons. New Jersey palliative services are available in the following areas:
This team is guided by your goals and aligns your care and treatment plans to honor your values, wishes, and preferences — all in collaboration with your other physicians.
Samaritan’s palliative team helps you recover from your illness by addressing symptoms—such as pain, anxiety, nausea, or loss of appetite—as you undergo sometimes difficult medical treatments or procedures, such as surgery or chemotherapy. Samaritan social workers provide support, guidance, and coordinate helpful services that may include personal care, meals, and other activities of daily living supports.
Our team works with your physician’s treatment plan – we do not replace them. Board certified in palliative care, Samaritan experts provide an extra layer of support. They care for you even while other doctors work to try to cure your illness. In other words: we help manage your symptoms and discomforts while you and your primary doctors work toward a cure.
The South NJ palliative care team will take the time to explain your illness and provide you with information and resources to help you manage it. We’ll answer your questions about the various treatment options available to you and how those treatments may affect your quality of life. Just as importantly, we’ll also listen to what matters most to you at each stage of illness, and work to match your care plan with the goals and desired outcomes you’ve shared.
In collaboration with other physicians on your healthcare team, our board-certified physicians and palliative-trained nurse practitioners provide consultations in your home, senior living community, outpatient offices, select hospitals, or via telehealth.
As experts, we can also help in completing advance directives such as the Physician’s Order for Life-Sustaining Treatment (POLST), a prescription for the care you would want or not want should you be unable to speak for yourself. It can be overwhelming for family members to make healthcare decisions when there is no verbal or written plan to follow. By completing the POLST form, you are offering a road map for family members to assist them in carrying out your wishes.
Palliative care offers support for navigating your healthcare options and medical decisions. Even when a family member has a POLST form or other advance directive, there may be situations not specifically addressed or a family member may feel conflicted in making a decision. Samaritan is there to assist with such decisions.
Palliative care gives you quality of life, as you define it. We’ve been able to help palliative care patients in Cherry Hill and all throughout South Jersey. Here’s what some of our current and former patients have said about how palliative care has helped them.
Ready to learn more about palliative care treatment options in South NJ? Contact us today: (800) 229-8183.