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Our Team. Our experienced clinical team has professional training and certification in palliative medicine and palliative care nursing. Members of the team work at the UNC School of Medicine, UNC Hospitals and affiliated clinics, and other community-based sites in the UNC Health Care System. The Palliative Care & Hospice Program is the primary academic home for physicians trained and certified in Hospice & Palliative Medicine. Our medical faculty provide excellence clinical care with interdisciplinary teams in the UNC Medical Center Palliative Care and Hospice clinical services. The mission of the UNC Palliative Care Program is to promote palliative care clinical services, research and education to improve care and outcomes for persons with serious illness and their families. The UNC Palliative Care Program was founded in 2001 and was expanded to include the Children’s Supportive Care Team in 2012. Adults in UNC Hospitals or Clinics (984) 215-5370. Clinician referrals Please page Palliative Care or Supportive Care via WebXchange. Parents of children in NC Children's Hospital (984) 974-2449. For Clinical and General Questions Christine McGrath. For Research and Academic Program Questions Kathryn Wessell (webmaster). American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine (AAHPM) Annual Assembly – the program reimburses conference expenses Teaching & Academic Activities: Develop presentations on palliative care topics for health professionals and community audiences with faculty support and supervision. Medical Director, UNC Palliative Care Program, Department of Medicine Professor, Division of Geriatric Medicine Phone: 919-966-5945, ext 251 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Laura Patel, MD Chief Medical Officer, Transitions LifeCare 250 Hospice Circle Raleigh, NC 27607 Phone: 919-828-0890 Email: email@example.com. Fellowship Program. Our 23 hospice and palliative medicine board-certified physicians (including 12 with fellowship training) and interprofessional teams collaborate to mentor fellows’ development in the program. Chapel Hill and the Triangle region of North Carolina are consistently ranked as highly desirable places to live and work.