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Palliative Care

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Palliative care is a branch of medicine that aids and supports those with terminal conditions, with a special focus on nursing.

King Edward VII's Hospital Expertise

Consultants who specialise in palliative care at our Hospital have been through a rigorous selection process and are leaders in their area of special interest. You can expect the highest standards of diagnosis and treatment from any consultant with practising privileges. They will also commonly have working relationships with other consultants within a related specialist area.

Common reasons for palliative care include:

  • incurable cancer, dementia or motor neurone disease
  • life-threatening conditions caused by sudden events, such as stroke or an accident

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Our Experts

Palliative Care

Dr David Feuer  ›
Special interests include:
Pathophysiology Diagnosis (+ 1 more)
Dr Faeqa Hami  ›
Special interests include:
Palliative Care