The Denver Hospice is honored to serve a diverse range of patients throughout our nine-county area. Daily we work with people of different faiths, cultures, experiences and needs. Respecting these differences—both in life and at the time of death—so each individual and family is treated with dignity is a core value for everyone at The Denver Hospice. It directs the way we think, act, communicate, care and support. That commitment, a guiding principle of our nonprofit hospice from the beginning—is reflected in these special programs.
The Denver Hospice was founded by Carolyn Jaffe, an oncology nurse. Carolyn, who was Jewish, was passionate about ensuring exceptional end-of-life care for all in our community.
The Denver Hospice is the first hospice in Denver to earn Level 4 status in the We Honor Veterans campaign, a joint program of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization and the Veterans Administration.
The Denver Hospice was one of the first hospices in the nation to establish a bilingual team to care for the metro-area's Spanish-speaking residents.