Colorado Visiting Nurse Association Strengthens its Mission Statement to Reflect our Unrivaled Legacy of Care

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 Updated Mission Statement and Logo

The Colorado Visiting Nurse Association (Colorado VNA), a member of the Care Synergy network, recently updated its mission to emphasize the breadth and depth of their services and commitment to the community by completing the inclusion of Halcyon Hospice under its organizational umbrella and updating it mission, vision and logo.

After Halcyon Hospice joined Colorado VNA in 2020, the organization has been continuously working to integrate increased hospice, palliative and bereavement care services into it what it offers to the community.

“We’ve all been working as one organization – Colorado VNA and Halcyon at Colorado VNA – now, we are working under one mission and logo, too – the Colorado Visiting Nurse Association,” stated Julie Nunley, President of Colorado VNA.

Colorado VNA updated its mission statement to the community to express its targeted goals of “Care, Quality and Comfort since 1889.” This is reflected in their new logo.

Since 1889, Colorado VNA has been the community leader in providing the highest quality home healthcare, wellness and now hospice and palliative care.

Over many decades, Colorado VNA has expanded its services, integrated the latest technology, and grown our team, volunteer corps numbers, and expertise to provide exceptional care.

By doing this, they have created an unrivaled continuum of care to meet the needs of their patients and their families, consistently offering high-quality and compassionate care.

Headquartered in Arvada, CO, the expanded Colorado VNA will remain a mission-driven nonprofit, community-based organization. They offer home healthcare and wellness care throughout the Denver metro area, Colorado Springs and parts of greater El Paso and Teller counties.

In addition, Colorado VNA offers hospice and palliative care services throughout the Denver metro area and north including within Larimer and Weld counties.