Advance Care Planning

Advance Care Planning

Service available at   Kapiolani Pali Momi Straub Wilcox

Being hospitalized with a serious illness can be difficult and confusing. You and your family may have questions about your illness and the choices you make.

Advance Care Planning is the process of understanding, discussing and planning for a time when you cannot make your own medical decisions. This typically involves learning about treatment options, thinking about your decisions with your loved ones and your physician, and documenting those wishes before a crisis occurs. Advance Care Planning is care customized to reflect your personal preferences and health needs, as well as meet your social, cultural and religious requirements.

Advance Care planning helps you through all the stages of illness. It is best introduced early in a person’s care and is an on-going process of respecting the choices that one makes for one’s self. A team of skilled facilitators can help you make the decisions that are right for you.

Programs & Services available at:


Straub

Beginning the discussion for Advance Care Planning can seem daunting, but Straub is here to help you take the first step. Creating a end-of-life plan can provide comfort and peace of mind for your friends and loved ones. The Straub Advance Care Planning team offers help and support in starting the conversation and drafting an advance care plan. Call today for more information and to get started.

If in the event you are hospitalized your physician, nurse or social worker may schedule an appointment with an Advance Care Planning Facilitator.

Kapiolani

Beginning the discussion for Advance Care Planning can seem daunting, but Kapiolani is here to help you take the first step. Contact your primary care provider today to discuss how creating an advance care plan can provide comfort and peace of mind for yourself and your loved ones.

If in the event you are hospitalized, your physician, nurse or social worker may schedule an appointment with an Advance Care Planning Facilitator.

Pali Momi

Understanding your end-of-life wishes can provide comfort and peace of mind for you and your loved ones, however, it is up to you to start the advance care planning conversation. Pali Momi is here to help. Contact your primary care physician to discuss creating an advance care plan.

If in the event you are hospitalized, your physician, nurse or social worker may schedule an appointment with an Advance Care Planning Facilitator.

Wilcox

Beginning the discussion for Advance Care Planning can seem daunting, but Wilcox is here to help you take the first step. Creating a end-of-life plan can provide comfort and peace of mind for your friends and loved ones.  Contact your primary care provider today to discuss creating an advance care plan.

If in the event you are hospitalized your physician, nurse or social worker may schedule an appointment with an Advance Care Planning Facilitator.

Service Locations

Advance Directives Information via Emmi Patient Education Videos

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