Palliative Care Practice

The MUSC palliative care team led by Patrick Coyne, MSN, Christina McDaniel, DNP, and Conrad Williams, M.D., includes members in both the pediatric and adult hospitals and faculty from the College of Nursing.

Our Palliative Care team focuses on self-care with activities including resiliency training, teambuilding, music and art therapy, massages, yoga, and much more.

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MUSC Children's Health Palliative Care

MUSC Children's Health is patient-centered and family-engaged medical care that focuses on enhancing the quality of life by anticipating, preventing, and treating suffering.

Palliative care team 

MUSC Health Palliative Care

MUSC's palliative care team is made up of specially-trained doctors, advanced practice nurses, social workers, chaplains, and volunteers who work together with primary medical teams treating serious illnesses.

Advanced Fetal Care Center

The Advanced Fetal Care Center at MUSC is designed to support mothers and families faced with pregnancies complicated by a prenatal diagnosis that requires treatment during pregnancy or after delivery. The AFCC team is committed to optimizing the outcome of mothers and their babies in a family-centered environment. Specifically, Dr. Cormack’s role as a perinatal palliative care provider is to honor patient and family values as they navigate receiving difficult news and help guide decision-making before and after birth.

Clinical Information

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