I became, in my own mind, part of this family. And they've looked after me with all my needs and it's made me very happy.
At MACG, we offer the best possible palliative care, also known as end of life care. We provide the best medical and emotional support we can for residents and their families.
We offer respite care, because the carers of people in palliative care are prone to emergencies too, and also long term end of life care. Our ethos is to be there when you need us, with personalised help.
Have any questions? We'd be happy to answer them.
People nearing the end of their life are prone to experience health emergencies. In these times, it is important to have expert medical professionals nearby to perform palliative care emergency medicine.
But at MACG, we don't just provide the medical help that you'd expect from palliative care in the emergency department. Quality of life has a number of different factors, from the physical to the emotional and spiritual. We focus especially on fostering small, caring homes with a warm, personal touch.
Small, personalised homes with a sense of community
Professional care for any palliative emergencies
Engaging and fulfilling activities
Friendly, qualified staff
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MACG is different to standard residential facilities. We build communities that people are happy to call home. Residents are encouraged to bring in their personal belongings, and we do whatever we can to help people settle in.
People undergoing emergency palliative treatment still have social and spiritual needs. We offer activities suitable to a range of different abilities. For example, there are:
By teaming up with local charities, our homes all participate in community life. There are many opportunities to volunteer and meet new people. Activities include:
We have 9 homes across Melbourne and Victoria. Find one that's conveniently located for you and your family.
Absolutely. We have registered nurses on-site, ready to help. If requested, we are able to take patients to hospital for further medical treatment. It's all about tailoring palliative care to your wants and needs.
There are several different factors that can impact the cost of care at our homes. Things like:
For more information, contact our team and talk about your specific needs. We'll be able to provide specific details about the cost and scope of the care we can provide.
We certainly can. We can provide respite care at short notice, subbing in for palliative carers when they have an emergency. Respite care is subsidised by the government for a set number of days per year, and we endeavour to keep beds free for respite care so you people can move in at a time that suits them.
Schedule a call with us and get all the information you need.Call (03) 9428 2800
Let our staff answer your questions about how we handle palliative care emergencies.