- To render differential palliative care service to add value and provide comfort in the end-of-life days of terminally ill patients.
To organise and execute awareness programmes on palliative care in communities across the state and beyond.
- To encourage and facilitate practical training in palliative care among healthcare professionals serving critical and terminal patients.
- To help facilitate study and research on palliative care and hospice centres.
- To provide care and compassion by holding hands and addressing patients with utmost dignity and respect and offer them ‘a serene and dignified departure’ from this world.
- To permanently get onboard and collaborate with noted philanthropists, corporations and foundations to help fulfill our vision.
Our palliative care services are provided by a skilled multidisciplinary team of specialist doctors, nurses, social workers, ancillary staff and allied health professionals. Service support is extended by administrative staff, volunteers, management and project staff. The team works across all healthcare settings – inpatients, home-care, and outpatient consultation unit – to minimize patient suffering by providing pain and symptom management care. The team is headed by our CEO Mr. Ram Mohan Rao. With a commendable career spanning over 4 decades, Mr. Mohan Rao brings with him a wealth of experience and expertise in Human Resources, Industrial Relations, Admin, Legal, Human Rights & Community Relations and Corporate Social Responsibility in Public Sector Banking and MNCs.
Our Doctors provide specialist medical palliative care, and work hand-in-hand with other members of the palliative care team.
Our nurses are trained for rendering palliative care services. They have expertise and experience to focus on enhancing quality of life for people living their end of life days and to support their families. Their role includes comprehensive assessment and management of pain and associated symptoms.
Our Counsellors, Social Workers and Caregivers support and counsel patients and their families as they experience a range of emotions – fear, anxiety, anger, sadness and many others. Assistance provided includes counselling and support in a range of areas as acceptance of illness, change in lifestyle, maintaining relationships with long distance relatives and friends via phone and video calls, managing emotions like anxiety, depression, loneliness, and fear of losing a loved one.