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Visiting Nurse Association
The art of caring. The heart of caring.
End of life care
Medical Foot Care
Foot Clinics are available at various locations around Denver.
Recovery Nursing Care
End of Life Care
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Preventative Care from VNA includes our Medical Foot Care community clinics and preventative health care screenings. We also cover Flu Shots, Tdap, Cholesterol Screenings and more.
Our recovery care services includes changing linens and bathing. Our nursing and therapy services will help you restore functional independence while recovering at home from illness, surgery, or injury.
If you or a loved one in need of end of life care, we offer complete palliative care to help manage symptoms & pain. Our Hospice at Home service provides for physical, psychological, and spiritual care.
Over 3,000 years of licensed caregivers expertise on staff
50,000 people served annually
Serving Colorado for over 100 years
Wellness – Home Care – Hospice
Colorado’s leading nonprofit health care agency for people and their families, Visiting Nurse Association of Colorado (VNA) provides quality and compassionate care, ranging from preventive to recovery to end-of-life, in the home and community.
VNA Ranked in the Top 7% Nationally for low readmission rates!
We address people’s unique needs, supporting their optimal well-being,independence and dignity. Our care enables people to remain active members of their communities.
A low re-admission rate for our patients is our reward for providing top notch home health care to our patients. We work very hard and ensure that we are providing consistent standards of care, coordinating among health providers, and providing top notch preventative care education to our patients. You can rest assured when you work with VNA for hospice care, recovery care, or preventative health care.
A few other reasons to choose at home health care from VNA:
“Barb, a retired DPS teacher and an active, independent equestrian and dog trainer who’s ever on-the-go, fractured her tibia just below the knee while working with her horse. Unaccustomed to a full-length leg brace and walker, Barb was delighted when Deb, a VNA occupational therapist, came to visit…..”
“It’s Thursday, I’m homebound, in a wheelchair, and I don’t have any food for the weekend. What am I going to do?”Most of us do not have to contemplate not eating for over 48 hours, but this was the reality facing Bill, a VNA patient, quadriplegic and Vietnam Vet from Kiowa, Colo. After a seven-month stay in a nursing home in New Mexico last year…
Eloise, 34, an active, single mother of two in Denver, was doing well: good job, two-floor apartment, kids succeeding in school. Then her employer closed its doors. While seeking new employment,Eloise had a massive stroke. Unable to walk—much less work—her unemployment insurance was terminated. It would take months to get disability support started. She needed help. Now. A friend suggested VNA…..
Grace is a spunky 98-yr-old who loves living in her own apartment in Lakewood and who treasures even more her weekly visits to the grocery store. When an unfortunate fall in her home caused a fractured hip and forced her to use a wheelchair, her whole life was turned upside down. Grace worried that she would be moved to an assisted living facility.
Jim & D.J.
“Jim and I can’t say enough about the high quality of care provided by his nurse Robin from Visiting Nurse Association. Robin cared for Jim before his liver transplant and after it. She was consistently firm with him when needed and super compassionate during his sickest times…..
Knee replacements come with unfamiliar pains. So when LC of NE Colorado came home from the hospital not feeling well last November, she wasn’t too concerned. Yet when a Visiting Nurse Association occupational therapist vistied her the next day, she was happy to see her.
Mike comes from a strong family, one that pulls together to help each other when needed. So when Mike, a Jefferson County sheriff’s deputy, needed a hip replacement, he knew he’d have support from his wife and teen sons.
uses Visiting Nurse Association to great success. “For more than 25 years, Robinson Dairy has partnered with the Visiting Nurse Association to bring healthcare services to our employees,”
Interested in working for VNA? We are always looking for top notch care givers to support our mission of providing the best at home care in the industry.
Visit our careers page for more information
Visiting Nurses Association
390 Grant Street
Denver, CO 80203