Palliative care

Some patients suffer from incurable diseases, in our visions we focus on managing symptoms and improving quality of life.
Palliative care is specialized medical care that focuses on relieving pain and other symptoms of incurable disease, regardless of diagnosis or stage of disease. The palliative care teams at Roaa Center aim to improve the quality of life for both patients and their families. This type of care is provided along with curative care or various other treatment modalities.

To whom is this service provided?
Palliative care is provided to people of all ages with serious or life-threatening illness. Such as :
• cancer.
• Bone marrow and blood disorders that require stem cell transplantation.
• the heart.
• Cystic fibrosis.
• Dementia.
• Acquired immunodeficiency.
• End stage of liver disease.
• Kidney failure.
• Liver failure and cirrhosis.
• People with lung disease.
• Parkinson's.