Dr. Dahlia Balaban
Palliative care is about giving comfort to patients and their families when they need it the most. It's a patient-centred approach that emphasizes care for both the mind and body.
Dr. Shim Felsen
Palliative care is to give compassionate care to people in their last year of life, and to ease suffering, both physical and emotional, with medications and understanding.
Dr. Jennifer Hunter
Being a member of the palliative care team has allowed me to follow my patients through all stages of their life and illnesses. It has allowed me to assist them in dying with dignity, comfort and some semblance of control. The team approach ahs allowed me to offer this guidance with greater continuity and 24/7 coverage.
Dr. Mervyn Jackson
Palliative care is a holistic team approach for patients facing a terminal illness, with emphasis on pain and other symptom management.
Dr. Venetia Lo
Palliative care means providing supportive care and treating symptoms related to a serious illness with the goal of enhancing quality of life for patients and their families.
Dr. Claire Nunes-Vaz
Palliative care adds living to life for patients and families.
Dr. Dahlia Pankowski
Palliative care is having the privilege to be part of a family towards the end of life to ensure that they are supported physically and emotionally every step of the way.
Dr. Robin Pinto
Practicing palliative care allows me the privilege of providing for my patients and their families during a difficult time, but also a time of remembrance, fellowship and acceptance.
Dr. Anne Pyper
Palliative care is a holistic approach to the care of terminally ill patients, where goals of care focus on improving quality of life for both patients and their families.