ABOUT PAIN RELIEF AND PALLIATIVE CARE SOCIETY
Pain Relief and Palliative Care Society is a registered charitable organization providing palliative and end of life care for patients suffering with life limiting diseases like cancer and other life limiting chronic illnesses.
All our services are provided entirely free of cost as most of our patients are from the poorest section of the society
We are registered under section 12 A and 80 G of the IT Act and also under FCRA. We raise funds from individual donors, philanthropists and from companies as a part of their CSR activities.
We are one of the largest integrated palliative care service providers. Our services include out-patient, in-patient, day care, home care and hospice.
“LIFE AT YOUR DOORSTEP”
Home care service- “Life at Your Door Step”- Supporting Patients and Families at their home.
This program is designed to provide palliative care; pain and symptom management, emotional, spiritual and social support at homes and allowing patients the choice of receiving personalized care in their own home setting.
Home care program provides a comprehensive home care, 24 hour / 7 days a week to patients and families suffering with advanced life limiting and terminal illnesses like Cancer, Kidney, Heart, Neurological and Liver diseases, Dementia, Muscular Dystrophy and Stroke in Hyderabad and surrounding areas.
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PAIN RELIEF AND PALLIATIVE CARE SOCIETY
Palliative care is a nascent branch of medicine yet to take roots in India. Our present health system both in Govt and private sectors has no place for terminally ill end stage patients suffering from cancer etc.
A few NGO s like Pain Relief and Palliative Care Society are bridging this gap by providing this service to such patients. PRPCS today is one of India s largest palliative care service providers offering the whole gamut of services from OP Day Care Home Care and Hospice entirely free of cost in Hyderabad.
We sincerely appeal to each one of you to help us both in creating awareness about palliative care in the community and ensuring that end stage cancer patients spend their last days in peace and comfort free from pain and most importantly die with dignity.