Halcyon Hospice and Palliative Care is faithfully holistic and truly focuses on the unique, personal wishes of an individual patient and family. Halcyon Hospice and Palliative Care was founded on the premise that quality care emanates from a committed patient and family focus.
Halcyon provides quality patient care through a team approach to end-of-life services throughout the entire Front Range area and beyond. We are the only hospice in Northern Colorado to provide a specific palliative care program for those not quite ready for hospice care.
Our company name represents the myth of Kingfisher bird…
“The Kingfisher, calm and at peace, nested upon water, quieter of restlessness.”
Halcyon Hospice and Palliative Care is committed to a standard of excellence in providing sensitive, patient-centered health care to hospice patients and families. Halcyon accepts all patients without regard to their ability to pay.
* Accredited by the Joint Commission
* National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization member
* Best of Mead 2012-2015
* Denver Post – Top 100 Workplaces 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
At any point in our circle of life, a loved one can face the transitions incurable diseases foretell. Hospice is precisely for those moments of pause; to be present; to listen in order to bring peace and settle the restlessness that can accompany the uncertainty of change. Hospice care is faithfully holistic and truly focuses on the unique, personal wishes of an individual patient and family.
Hospice care does not seek to cure, does not seek to hasten or prolong, but instead offers comfort and support for patients and their families. Hospice facilitates emotional and spiritual growth while physical conditions change. Hospice care is provided everywhere. The hospice team specializes in the physical, social, spiritual and emotional care of the patient and family, with professionals and volunteers available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Hospice care honors the potential for growth in this cycle of life, bringing a clinically-directed, interdisciplinary team to nurture, support, and heal during the last stages of an illness and bereavement period. Non-discriminatory, hospice offers palliative care without regard to age, gender, nationality, race, creed, sexual orientation, disability, diagnosis, availability of a primary caregiver, or ability to pay.