Hospice Care in Colorado Springs, Colorado

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Abode Hospice Of Colorado

    Freestanding Hospice
1980 Dominion Way #101, Colorado Springs, CO 80918
719-358-6428
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Brookdale Hospice Colorado Springs

    Freestanding Hospice
7222 Commerce Center Drive, Suite 140, Colorado Springs, CO 80919
719-268-2582
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Compassus Greater Colorado Springs

    Freestanding Hospice
1115 Elkton Drive Suite 301, Colorado Springs, CO 80906
719-226-0091
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Interim Healthcare Hospice

    Freestanding Hospice
1901 North Union Blvd #105, Colorado Springs, CO 80909
719-314-4868
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Kindred Hospice

    Freestanding Hospice
5755 Mark Dabling Blvd, Suite 375, Colorado Springs, CO 80919
719-573-4166
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New Century Hospice Of Colorado Springs

    Freestanding Hospice
1524 N Hancock Avenue, Colorado Springs, CO 80903
719-330-6652
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Optum Palliative & Hospice Care, Inc

    Freestanding Hospice
9945 Federal Drive #100, Colorado Springs, CO 80921
719-265-1100
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Pikes Peak Hospice And Palliative Care, Inc

    Freestanding Hospice
2550 Tenderfoot Hill Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80906
719-633-3400
Hospice Care is a program of care and support for people who are terminally ill. It is primarily a concept of care, not a specific place of care. Hospice care usually is provided in the patient’s home. It also can be made available at a special hospice residence. Hospice is a combination of services designed to address not only the physical needs of patients, but also the psychosocial needs of patients, their loved ones. Hospice combines pain control, symptom management and emotional and spiritual support. Seniors and their families participate fully in the health care provided. The hospice team develops a care plan to address each patient’s individual needs.
Here are some important facts about hospice:
  • Hospice helps people who are terminally ill live comfortably.
  • Hospice isn’t only for people with cancer.
  • The focus is on comfort, not on curing an illness.
  • A specially trained team of professionals and caregivers provide care for the “whole person,” including physical, emotional, social, and spiritual needs.
  • Services typically include physical care, counseling, drugs, equipment, and supplies for the terminal illness and related conditions.
  • Care is generally provided in the home.
  • Family caregivers can get support.