Welcome to The Denver Hospice
We are the leading, largest and most trusted not-for-profit provider of life-enhancing hospice and palliative care.
We are the leading, largest and most trusted provider of life-enhancing hospice and palliative care.
Our Care Team
Our experts include physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, social workers, chaplains and certified nursing assistants.
We specialize in end-of-life assessment, pain and symptom control, responsive medication management and cutting-edge therapies.
Paying for Care
The Denver Hospice and Optio Health Services accept most major insurances, including Medicare and Medicaid.
We offer more expertise and resources so families receive the training they need to care for their loved one.
The Experts Talk
Our blog demonstrates how we are meeting the highest standards of care through staff, patient, caregiver and volunteer stories.
The Denver Hospice Mission Moments
As the leader in hospice care in our region, we have a responsibility to educate our community about hospice and palliative care and issues facing organizations like ours. Recently, The Denver Hospice has been involved in the following community media events to share information about our life-enhancing care.
Expansion of The Denver Hospice Means More Will “Be Loved In Their End Days”
Reporter Mekialaya White with Denver CBS4 reports on the ground breaking of the new 24,000 square foot Amy Davis Support Center being built at The Denver Hospice Lowry Campus. The center will allow The Denver Hospice to provide more community-based services for individuals facing a life-limiting illness. View the complete story and one patient’s perspective.
The Dying Help The Living At The Denver Hospice
Reporter Kathy Walsh from KCNC-TV, Channel 4, reported on our new cornea donation partnership with Rocky Mountain Lions Eye Bank. Since May, our patients have donated 44 corneas which have helped people in Colorado and across the globe. View the story at Denver CBS4.
Help us give more to patients and families, wherever and whenever they need us.
Baby boomers changed the way Americans think about work and leisure, and they’re changing the way seniors look at the end of life. As the need for help with daily routines and health needs increase, two major kinds of aid are becoming more common. The two concepts, hospice and assisted living, are similar but they […]