Palliative and supportive care optimizes your quality of life through support tailored to your individual needs. Our team of experts will help guide you and your family through any stage of a serious illness or health problem. We'll work to improve communication between you, your family, and your health care providers. Together, we'll discuss your treatment choices, decision making and planning for your future, and managing your illness at home to avoid hospitalization.
It's never too early to start palliative care. We can prevent or provide relief from symptoms like:
Lesley Goulding, MSN, FNP is a family nurse practitioner with experience in oncology, home health, and hospice care. She appreciates team-based care in palliative medicine and the benefits it can provide to patients with any chronic health condition.
Lesley graduated from Kaplan University-Iowa as a family nurse practitioner and is a board certified through the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. In her free time she enjoys gardening, biking, and spending time with her family.
Jamie Kelley-Kinyon, MSW, LCSW, ACSW is a licensed clinical social worker certified in palliative medicine. She is dedicated to helping patients and families find the best paths and resources to address their social, emotional, and spiritual needs. She is a co-founder of the Magic Valley Quality of Life Coalition and a board member of the Idaho Quality of Life Coalition.
Jamie enjoys all kinds of outdoor activities, especially hiking, kayaking, and cross-country skiing. She loves to travel and delights in exploring new places and people.
Daniel Preucil, MD is board certified in family medicine and hospice and palliative medicine. He is the director of the Magic Valley Palliative Care Program. He is currently accepting new patients for palliative care consultations at St. Luke's Cancer Institute and St. Luke's Clinic – Palliative Medicine in Twin Falls.
Dr. Preucil earned bachelor's degrees in sociology and chemistry from Hamilton College. In his free time he enjoys the trails, rocks, and mountains of Idaho with his family.
Christina Thongdee, LCSW is a licensed clinical social worker with a certification in palliative care. She chose palliative care for its holistic team approach that includes patient- and family-centered care. She works to help her patients and their families navigate serious, chronic, or life-limiting illness by listening to their stories.
Christina earned her bachelor's and master's degrees in social work from Boise State University, and her palliative care certification from the California State University Institute for Palliative Care. In her free time, she likes to spend time with her family traveling, fishing, cooking, or simply sitting around a campfire.
Frances Willetts, NP is a board certified acute care nurse practitioner specializing in palliative medicine. She also has experience in cardiology and hospital medicine. She is passionate about educating her patients so they can make informed decisions. Her goal is to improve quality of life for her patients and their families.
Fran earned her master's degree from Allen College and is working toward certification in palliative medicine from California State University. In her free time she enjoys camping, golfing, hiking, travel, and spending time with her family.
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