Our UHN programs and services are among the most advanced in the world. We have grouped our physicians, staff, services and resources into 10 medical programs to meet the needs of our patients and help us make the most of our resources.
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The Toronto Western Hospital (TWH) Palliative Care Clinical Rotation is comprised of 2 weeks on the TWH Palliative Care Consult Service and 2 weeks at Kensington Hospice (38 Major St.).
TWH Palliative Consult serves patients with non-malignant diagnoses, such as heart failure, respiratory diseases, dementia, stroke, or malignant diagnoses requiring symptom management in the context of end-stage disease with an expected prognosis of < 12 months, end-of-life care in hospital and/or assistance with planning for palliative care at home or hospice and palliative care unit.
The Kensington Hospice is a residential hospice that serves patients with an end-stage illness and an expected prognosis of < 3 months, and goals of care of symptom management only. The hospice focus is on improving quality of life and getting the most out of each day in a warm, home-like setting.
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