About Us

Founded in 2015 by home health professionals with over 20 years of expertise, Berkley Hospice and Palliative Care, LLC is  one of Colorado's  premier providers of post-acute healthcare services. Our  mission is to provide patients and their families the best possible quality of care and quality of life.

 

We provide palliative medicine and hospice services as a way to help improve the lives of patients and their families as they transition throughout the post-acute care continuum. 

 

Caring for patients and families as a whole is of the utmost importance to us. Decisions throughout the organization are based upon a foundation of clinical excellence, and we focus our resources on serving the needs of our patients and their families with a sense of care and compassion. 

We strongly believe that how a person leaves this earth is as important as how they spent their life here. Our skilled staff sees hospice care as the punctuation at the end of a life well-lived. This inspires our tireless work ethic focused on delivering comfort to our patients, mind, body and soul.

Accreditations

 Berkley Hospice and Palliative Care, LLC is a State of Colorado  accredited provider.

Hospice Care Team

  • Physicians

    The patient can maintain their own physicians. A Berkley Hospice physician is added to the Treatment Team to help as a specialist in controlling symptoms. Berkley Hospice Physician offers Palliative Care by prescribing medications and other methods for pain and symptom control.

  • Nurses

    Experts at maintaining the patient’s comfort, they assess the patient regularly and help family members by providing the necessary support.

  • Social Workers

    Coordinate community resources and help the patients and family with non-medical concerns, including but not limited to easing emotional difficulties and helping families /patients cope with end of life process.

  • Chaplains and Spiritual Counselors

    Help patients and family cope with spiritual questions and concerns at the end of life either directly or by coordinating services with the family’s personal advisors.

  • Bereavement Coordinators

    Provide ongoing support for the entire family throughout the patient’s hospice care and for at least a year after the patient’s death.

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