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You or your loved one being diagnosed with a terminal illness is never easy. Patients nearing the end of their life need compassionate care and services that treat their physical and emotional needs.

Hospice and palliative care focus on keeping patients comfortable during the last phase of their lives and treating them with dignity. Affinity Care of Georgia offers patients nursing care, medical management, and spiritual services as part of our palliative and hospice services.

What is Hospice Care?

Hospice Care focuses on treating the person and their symptoms rather than treating a disease or illness. Your loved one will enter hospice care when they decide to stop seeking aggressive treatment for a terminal illness. A hospice team including physicians and nurses will help your loved one and the family develop a care plan designed with their specific needs in mind.


Affinity Care of Georgia services include:

  • Skilled nursing care

Nurses and home health aides will make regular in-home visits to provide nursing care and evaluate the patient’s condition. Staff is always on call and can make emergency visits if needed.

  • Management of medications

Medical staff will administer medications to relieve pain and manage any other symptoms the patient is experiencing.

  • Medical equipment and supplies

Hospice services provide all medical equipment needed. This includes hospital beds, mobility assistance devices, and other equipment needed to treat or comfort the patient.

  • Emotional and spiritual support

Our hospice team also provides special personalized services to support the patient’s wellbeing and spiritual needs at the end of their life. We’ll bring in certified therapists to administer massage or reiki therapy and also offer music therapy to our patients.

Hospice care is also provided at select skilled nursing facilities, where the nursing staff cares for your loved one around the clock. The same physical and emotional care services as they would receive at home are provided at the facility. Choosing between at-home and in-residence care is up to the patient and their family. You should make the decision based on your family’s needs and care plan.

Palliative Care Services

Unlike hospice care, palliative care isn’t just for patients facing life-limiting illnesses or injuries. Palliative care can be administered throughout your treatment and during any stage of injury or illness. The goal of palliative care is to ease the side effects caused by your treatment and help with pain management. It also provides patients with emotional support during their treatment.

Insurances Accepted

At Affinity Care of Georgia, we strive to make palliative and hospice care accessible to those who need it most. That’s why we accept Medicare and many popular private insurances.

Locations Served

We administer compassionate care services across Georgia State. If you’re located in these areas, contact us today:

  • Dekalb
  • Cobb
  • Fulton
  • Cherokee
  • Douglas
  • Henry
  • Butts
  • Rockdale
  • Fayette
  • Spalding
  • Clayton
  • Bartow
  • Gwinnett
  • Hall
  • Jackson
  • Walton
  • Newton
  • Coweta
  • Paulding
  • Carroll
  • Barrow
  • Forsyth

Finding Care in Georgia State

Palliative care and hospice services provide compassionate support for your loved one facing a serious or terminal illness. Residents in Georgia can receive care from Affinity Care of Georgia. Our skilled staff will help care for your loved ones at home or in select skilled nursing facilities.

Collaborative Approach

Our caregivers partner with all of our patients’ relatives, creating an environment of comfort and security for your loved ones.

Clinical Support

Our team of professionals help relieve the physical symptoms of illness while addressing the patients emotional and spiritual needs

Skilled Staff

Each member of our hospice team is uniquely qualified to provide specialty level end-of-life care for all types of illnesses.

On Site Care

Our experienced caregivers provide the practical tools and education necessary to care for your loved one at home.



Regular visits by registered hospice nurses who have specialized training in pain and symptom management.


Coordination of medical equipment and supplies for comfort and symptom management is managed by our competent staff.


Visits by hospice home health aides provide additional personal care, time, and attention.

Emergency Care

Consultation and emergency care is available twenty-four hours a day, every day of the year.

Psychosocial Support

We provide psychosocial support for our patients, their families, and their long-term staff and caregivers.

Spiritual Support

Constant spiritual support is provided to both patients and their family members if requested

Special Therapies

Physical, occupational, speech, music, and other therapies indicated in the plan of care are all provided by our expert staff.


Trained volunteers who provide companionship and support for our patients and their families.

Bereavement Counseling

Bereavement counseling for family members is provided throughout the patient's illness and for a minimum of thirteen months following death.