Hospice isn’t about giving up hope; it’s about choosing to live well. HopeWest is here for you when someone you love is suffering with a serious illness and you aren’t sure where to turn for help. Our compassionate HopeWest Hospice doctors, nurses, counselors, chaplains and volunteers will take care of you and your family when you are ready to enter our hospice program.
Hospice care requires a team approach. We provide doctors, nurses, counselors, social workers, chaplains, nursing assistants, dietitians and therapists who work with you to design a plan of care that meets your unique needs. Learn More.
Hospice care is available in a variety of care settings. Each patient has their own wishes and circumstances. HopeWest does our best to accommodate each and every patient and family. Learn More.
We have one goal – to improve your experience in every way possible through the expertise of our professional team and specially trained volunteers. This guide will help you learn what to expect as you navigate serious illness and grief.
When Death Is Near
Each person is unique and it is hard to predict exactly what may be encountered as our loved ones approach the end of life. Often, there are physical, mental and spiritual signs that death is near. On the physical level, the body literally begins to shut down. These changes are normal and to be expected. Learn More.
“I went to the Grand Mesa today and got to soak up the sun.”
Danny, hospice patient, continues to enjoy the things he loves with the help of his HopeWest team.