BCH HomeCare: Expert Medical Care in the Comfort of Your Home


When you or someone you love is recovering from surgery, illness or injury, Boulder Community HomeCare can provide the medical and emotional assistance you need.

Our team of experienced professionals offers a full range of services to support your choice to remain at home in the comfort and security of family, friends and familiar surroundings.

We have moved! Our new address is:

1100 Balsam Ave. Suite 229

Boulder CO, 80304

Contact us:  303-415-4515

Fax for Medical Records: 303-415-4522

       Intake: 303-415-4525


Protecting Yourself From Falls
Free Event

Lecture -fallsThe biggest threat to the independence of an older adult is a simple slip and fall. Each year, about one in three Americans over age 65 will suffer a fall, and more than 27,000 die from their injuries. Many others are left with a permanent disability that threatens their independence. Luckily, many falls can be prevented.

Don’t let a bad fall change your life forever. Join us for a morning of fall prevention classes and health screenings presented by our occupational, speech and physical therapists during the countywide Falls Prevention Week.

When: Friday, Sept. 23, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
BCH Medical Pavilion, 
1155 Alpine Ave., Boulder, in the 
Gene Wilson Conference Room (Parking garage entrance
 on southwest corner of Broadway and Alpine.)
Reservations required for classes: 303-415-4212 or bchlectures.org/falls




Homecare EliteFor the 10th year in a row, Boulder Community Health's HomeCare team is the recipient of the HomeCare Elite Award from the National Research Council, an annual recognition program for top home health agencies. 

Since 2015, Boulder Community has scored a 4-star rating of all Medicare agencies across the country spotlighting excellence in homecare quality and patient satisfaction from The Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CAHPS®) Home Health Care Survey.

Left mouse button enlarges type
Right mouse button decreases type
Eliminate graphics and print content