Palliative care is a special kind of health care for those who are living with a terminal illness. The goal of palliative care is to provide comfort and dignity for the patient, as well as the best quality of life for both this person and their family.
Palliative care aims to relieve pain and other symptoms. When a cure for the illness is no longer possible, palliative care may be the next option. For more information about Palliative Care in Ontario, click the link below:
Hospice Cornwall is a home to clients when their own home is no longer possible or practical, making the last days of a person’s life together with their family peaceful, comfortable and meaningful. This 10 bed facility provides end of life care in a home-like setting to the residents of the City of Cornwall, Stormont, Dundas, and Glengarry, as well as Prescott and Russell Counties.
Hospice Cornwall is located at 1507 Second Street West and can be reached at (613) 938-2763. You can also visit them online at: