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.
Berkley Hospice and Palliative Care, LLC is a State of Colorado accredited provider.
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.
Experts at maintaining the patient’s comfort, they assess the patient regularly and help family members by providing the necessary support.
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.
Provide ongoing support for the entire family throughout the patient’s hospice care and for at least a year after the patient’s death.