Pathways Hospice serves the communities of Larimer and western Weld counties by providing compassionate, excellent and comprehensive care for those who have an advanced medical condition, as well as caring for those who are grieving. Since 1978, Pathways Hospice has helped more than 7,500 patients and their families and caregivers.
Pathways Hospice offers full-spectrum hospice care with hospice staff on-call, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year. Our specialized teams provide comfort, expert medical care, pain management, and emotional and spiritual support tailored to each patient’s needs and wishes. Most care is provided in homes, but we also provide care in skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, hospitals and any place you would call “home.”
At the center of our philosophy of hospice care is the belief that each of us has the right to be pain-free and to live and die with dignity. To achieve this, we provide holistic care, including providing support to friends and family.
Very early in its development, Pathways Hospice also established a grief support program for families and friends of hospice patients and to others in our community. These support, education and outreach services evolved into today’s Pathways program—one of the leading grief and bereavement care programs in the country. Pathways Hospice has maintained its non-profit status and commitment to providing exceptional, comprehensive hospice care to any person in need in its service area.