Elevation Hospice Care in Centennial, Colorado provides compassionate care and support for patients who are nearing the end of their lives due to terminal illness. Our team of healthcare professionals is dedicated to ensuring that patients receive the highest quality of care and comfort during this difficult time. We understand the importance of providing emotional and spiritual support to both patients and their families, and we strive to make every moment count.
We cover all neighborhoods in and near Centennial, including Willow Creek, Dove Valley, and Cottonwood. See our full list of Colorado Hospice Care locations, or our sister services from Elevation Hospice, Mobile Primary and Palliative Care in Utah, Agape Hospice Care in Georgia, and Sage Hospice, Mobile Primary and Palliative Care in Arizona.
Some patients reach a point near the end of their lives when the complications associated with curative treatment outweigh the potential benefits. Home hospice care in Centennial provides these individuals with an opportunity to maintain as comfortable a life as possible from their very own homes. A team of professionals works with patients to create customized care plans that maintain dignity and quality of life throughout this phase of life.
Medicare Hospice Benefit covers the full cost of hospice care, including a hospice care team.
Colorado Medicaid pays for hospice care with no copays and no prior authorization requirements. However, adult patients must forego curative treatment.
Private Insurance Plans typically cover some or all of the costs associated with hospice care in Centennial, but the details change from plan to plan. Some patients may need to pay a small copay.
Elevation focuses on providing patients throughout Centennial with top-quality care while maintaining the dignity and comfort of every individual involved. By offering services in-home, our team provides customized care to both the patient and their families during a time when all can seem stressful and uncertain.
Access to a full team of aides, nurses, doctors, social workers, and chaplains/other spiritual leaders to support emotional and spiritual wellness alongside physical comfort
Full in-home services to reduce stress, including access to important medical equipment, lab work, and more
Care that places comfort, dignity, and integrity above all else
Team members that are both experienced and compassionate about the work they perform
Elevation professionals go above and beyond in not only recognizing and acknowledging the service of veterans but also respecting the sacrifices made by these individuals. Medical professionals are mindful of potential physical and psychological trauma triggers that may exist during care visits and seek to eliminate or diminish any discomfort associated with the care process in order to maintain an overall comfortable end-of-life experience for all involved.
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To submit a complaint related to hospice care in CO please visit the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment website by clicking here.
Complaints may be reported by:
Attention: Hospice Care, Complaint Intake
4300 Cherry Creek Drive South
Denver, CO 80246-1530