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About Integrated Senior Care

At Integrated Senior Care Services each patient is unique, and will be seen and treated according to their individual needs. Our goal is to provide our home-bound patients with dignity and compassion, combined with the highest quality medical care. We have a staff of Physicians, Nurse practitioners and Certified Medical assistants who will be there for you when you need them. Our goal is to be able to see you within 24 hours.

Integrated Senior Care Hospice was formed in May of 2014. The owners are all local Healthcare clinicians who saw a need to do hospice better and more cost effective than what the model has been. We have shown through our Mobil Physicians clinic in 8 months we have saved Medicare 1.4 million in costs by treating patients in their home and managing the patients care before they need to be hospitalized or re-hospitalized. We are pleased to add to the ISC family not only the Mobil Physicians Clinic but now Hospice and Palliative Care and in 2015 Home Healthcare as well.

Enhancing the quality standards for end of life care, hospice is a compassionate approach to expert medical care and supportive services for patients with a life-limiting illness and their loved ones. Hospice care provides pain and symptom control, emotional and spiritual support, while fostering the highest quality of life possible for patients and their families. The focus of this remarkable concept of care is to enable patients to be pain-free, so that they may live each day as fully and comfortably as possible. The hospice care team is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, to meet the needs and wishes of each patient and their family.

Palliative care is a medical specialty focusing on enhancing the quality of life for patients with serious illnesses and their loved ones. It focuses on effective communication, coordination of care, and relief from pain, stress and other debilitating symptoms. Palliative care customizes treatment to fit each patient’s needs, because there are a variety of illnesses and patients respond differently to treatment options. This type of care can be given at any time during a patient’s illness, because it is not dependent on the prognosis.

Hospice always provides palliative care, although palliative care is not limited to hospice care. Hospice uses palliative care to help eliminate the pain and suffering associated with a terminal illness. Hospice and palliative care may assist in prolonging the lives of patients with a terminal illness or disease. In a 2007 study, the mean survival was 29 days longer for hospice patients than for non-hospice patients.

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