SCHC’s Community Hospice Program team is dedicated to providing compassionate, respectful and holistic care for individuals and families in Scarborough who are facing life-limiting illness and grief.
The PPSMC is part of the Community Hospice Program. Hospice Palliative Care is a philosophy of care that informs how we work with people who are diagnosed with a progressive, life threatening illness. Hospice is a continuum of services that aims to relieve pain and suffering and works to support the best possible quality of life until the end of life (and beyond for family).
REGISTRATION CLOSED - EVENT FULL: Annual SCHC Palliative Education Day –Wednesday, March 29, 2017
The PPSMC’s “clients” are healthcare providers: nurses, PSWs and other people in the healthcare system who will be supporting people with palliative pain and symptom management in the community.
There are 39 Pain & Symptom Management Consultants throughout the province including two in downtown Toronto and one in Scarborough.
The Palliative Pain and Symptom Management Consultants are nurses (RN or RN/EC) with advanced palliative care expertise and training. The aim of the service is to ensure that anyone living with a life-limiting illness has access to pain & symptom management expertise.
Who do they work with?
What Services Are Offered?
Education & Training
Linking to collaborative palliative services & resources across the continuum of care
NOTE: Our clients are healthcare providers. The consultant role is neither an emergency nor primary care service.