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 “Hospice isn’t to help you die, it’s to help you finish living”  Danny K, 2011

The Hospice Philosophy
Hospice care is designed to provide support for people with a terminal illness.  Hospice care enables patients to carry on an alert, pain-free life and to manage other symptoms so that their last days may be spent with dignity and quality at home or in a homelike setting.

Call us for a free presentation at (970) 565-4400 or send a request by email

Anyone can make a referral to Hospice.  If you know someone that we might be able to help, give us a call.  We’d love to hear from you!

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Memorial Contributions ~ As a non-profit organization, providing services to patients without the ability to pay, and providing free support to community members, Hospice relies on the generous donations of individuals and businesses to help us care for our patients and support our community.  If you would like to make a donation in memory of your loved one please contact us, or complete your online donation here.
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Thank you for your service!SANYO DIGITAL CAMERA
Bess Masteller retires from
Board of Directors

National Hospice Month Nov 2014
National Hospice Month
Proclamations Signed by
Cortez, Dolores and Mancos

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Congratulations to
Bruce & Sandy Riddell
that won the silent auction for
guitar autographed by
Michael Martin Murphey

Hospice of Montezuma voted the

“Best Home Health Care Provider”

by the 2014 Best of Montezuma Reader’s Choice Awards!

 We would also like to congratulate our employee Leah Stafford, who was awarded an honorable mention this year for best nurse!

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National Healthcare Decisions Day – April 16, 2015

We will be providing several presentations throughout our community promoting awareness of the benefits of taking charge of your own future.  Make decisions about your future healthcare so that your loved ones are not burdened with making uninformed choices for you.  Please contact us if you would like a presentation for your organization or business (970) 565-4400, or if you would like information about where you can attend one of our ongoing presentations.  If you would like more information about “What is an Advance Care Directive?” or about the Five Wishes document click here.

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How Hospice Works

Hospice services are available to persons who can no longer benefit from curative treatment, or choose to end curative treatment.  The typical hospice patient has a life expectancy of six months or less.  Most receive care at home, but we do provide care in assisted living facilities, nursing homes and hospitals.  Services are provided by a team of trained professionals – physicians, nurses, counselors, therapists, social workers, aides and volunteers – who provide care and support services not only to the patient, but to the patient’s family and loved ones.  The patient can be referred to hospice by their doctor, family members, friends, clergy, or other healthcare professionals.

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Hospice of Montezuma, Inc.
1345 S Broadway
P.O. Drawer 740
Cortez, CO  81321
(970) 565-4400
(970) 565-9543 fax
office@hospiceofmontezuma.org

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