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About Hopewest Grand Junction
2754 Compass Drive, Suite 377
Grand Junction, CO 81506
Grand Junction, CO 81506
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Reviews for Hopewest Grand Junction
Carolyn Smith — Wonderful caring people in s beautifully kept building and grounds
Reviewed on Google on Sept. 18, 2019, 12:59 p.m.
Reviewed on Google on Aug. 8, 2019, 7:08 p.m.
Tressa Fisher — Unfortunately, my family has had to use Hospice services on several occasions. While these have been horrific times in our lives, the staff at Hope West has always been beyond incredible. The in-patient facility is a gorgeous place for your loved one to receive care while making their journey to Heaven. In addition, they provide a loving and welcoming atmosphere for families to visit, sleep, eat, and grieve. It takes a very special person to provide pallative care, and Hope West has found a staff full of them.
Reviewed on Google on April 20, 2018, 4:11 p.m.
LλDY էιλ — This place is very professional and really good with what they do. The staff knows what they're doing. They are professional and they are very caring people that work there. I really didn't want to see my mother go there but it's amazing that hospice was able to give my mother a better remedy of medicine to take, to help her keep food down instead of vomiting every time she drank or ate. I just really wish that I would of known that hospice could do that. The oncology doctors and nurses and the hospice staff need to work together. It was terrible seeing my mother suffer, be so sick, slowly dying in front of me. Come to find out, oncology was making my mom more sick, they lack taking the time and lack making the effort in giving their patients more comfort. I WISH I would've known that HOSPICE was able to help my mom with a better medicine remedy, than what oncology gave her. Whoever reads this and is suffering from losing a loved one from cancer or just got news of a loved one diagnosed with cancer..... PLEASE GO TO HOSPICE and ask what they could do for your loved one to give them a longer life and more enjoyable before they pass . I really did not like watching my mom suffer. A lot of grief suffering a lot of pain that was unnecessary . Let's face it , chemotherapy is just nothing but poison and doesn't work. We are losing more and more people from cancer. And it sucks.
Reviewed on Google on Jan. 25, 2017, 8:53 p.m.
Stacey Inzinga-Little — I would recommend Hospice for this difficult part of life
Reviewed on Google on Sept. 18, 2014, 9:03 p.m.