Compassus Pikes Peak Program Recognized for Excellence

Program ranked among top four programs in the country

Colorado Springs Pillar Award

Program ranked among top four programs in the country

The Compassus hospice program serving Pikes Peak has ranked among the organization’s top four programs in the country and been named a Compassus Program of Distinction for its outstanding performance in 2021. The Pikes Peak program outperformed its peers in six Pillars of Success categories including regulatory compliance, culture, quality care, service excellence, expanding access to service and fiscal responsibility.


Compassus established its Pillars of Success program to unite the company’s 200 locations across 30 states in a common service vision based on measurable goals driving each program to improve the quality of care for hospice patients.


“The Pikes Peak team genuinely believes in our mission to advance home-based care. This recognition is evidence of their dedication and compassion,” said Compassus CEO David Grams. “Thanks to the incredible work of our teams, Compassus continues to set the standard of excellence for providers of infusion therapy, hospice, palliative and home health care. I am exceptionally proud of the positive impact our team members make every day in the lives of our patients and families.”


“Our team is dedicated to supporting patients and families in the greater Pikes Peaks area with home-based care services that focus on quality of life and patient satisfaction,” said Pikes Peak Area Executive of Clinical Operations Michael Griffin. “We are honored by this recognition, which is a culmination of the hard work our team members put in every day to meet the medical and emotional needs of our patients.”


The Pikes Peak program serves patients and families in El Paso, Douglas, Fremont, Pueblo and Teller counties. For more information, visit our Colorado hospice locations.