Palliative Care Services
Here you can find links to existing palliative care services for both professionals and patients.
The Palliative Care Home Support Program provides end of life care for patients who wish to remain at home.
A package of up to 48 hours of specialised supportive palliative home-based care, day or night, is provided by specially trained community workers who work as part of the existing multidisciplinary Specialist Palliative Care teams.
More on the Palliative Care Home Support Program.
The National Palliative Care service directory, developed by Palliative Care Australia, is an interactive resource for both health professionals and the broader community. This website provides palliative care service information and other information to support people in end of life care.
More on the National Palliative Care Service Directory.
Palliative Care Australia is the peak national body for people with an interest in providing quality end of life care.
More on Palliative Care Australia.
Palliative Care NSW is the peak state body for those working in or with an interest in palliative care.
More on Palliative Care NSW.
The NSW Ministry of Health website provides information on NSW Health services, including the local health districts and ambulance services in NSW.
More on NSW Ministry of Health.