Hospice Care, Palliative Support, and Grief Counseling for Greensboro Patients and Families
Trellis Supportive Care's Greensboro staff members and volunteers can provide emotional comfort and medical care support to those facing life-limiting illnesses in Greensboro and throughout Guilford County. Whether you or a loved one are facing a serious illness, our trusted hospice caretakers can help provide a greater feeling of peace and comfort. Regardless of diagnosis, age, or treatment options, we can provide hospice and supportive care to patients and families facing cancer, Alzheimer’s, congestive heart failure, COPD, dementia, and other life-limiting illnesses.
Our Greensboro palliative care specialists will work with your physician and provide care in the comfort of your own home, where ever that may be. Patients can find relief in receiving care in their private residence, nursing home, assisted living community, or group or rest home. Palliative care can help alleviate symptoms and reduce anxiety. Our palliative care specialists are also available to guide patients and their families through the process of making medical and treatment decisions.
Trellis Supportive Care's local therapists and grief counselors are available for emotional support during difficult times. Individual appointments, as well as unplanned visits and group counseling sessions, are available for those seeking the strength to cope with the loss of a loved one. Our grief counselors have experience navigating adults and children of any age through the grieving process.
Kelly Frick, Long-Time Greensboro Resident and Trellis Supportive Care's Complementary Therapies Coordinator
"As a music therapist, it has been my dream to find a work place that provides complementary therapies, in addition to excellent care."
After living in Greensboro for most of her life, Kelly Frick has seen the city transform in just a few short years. One thing that remains steady is the exceptional level of hospice and pallative care Trellis Supportive Care provides to many families and patients in Guilford County.
As Greensboro's complementary therapies coordinator, Kelly works with nurses and other staff members to provide holistic care for those at the end-of-life. Used alongside traditional medical treatment methods, complementary therapies can often help ease anxiety and symptoms. Kelly is motivated each day by knowing that Trellis Supportive Care, the state's original hospice and palliative care provider, can bring peace and comfort to those in need in her hometown of Greensboro.
About Greensboro and the Guilford County Area
Greensboro is the third largest city in North Carolina and the center of the state's Piedmont Triad region. The city's economy has historically been centered around textile manufacturing, but technology and logistics companies like Honda Aircraft Company and FedEx are becoming more prevalent in the area. This growth has also spurred the rise of nearby suburbs: Jamestown, Oak Ridge, Stokesdale, and Summerfield are becoming popular alternatives within Guilford County. One thing to love about Greensboro and the surrounding areas is the diversity of its culture and attractions. Residents can take in performances by the Greensboro Symphony Orchestra, stroll the gardens of the Greensboro Arboretum, catch up with friends at Natty Greene's Brewery and cheer on their hometown minor league baseball team, the Greensboro Grasshoppers.