About Dignity Hospice

Dignity Hospice History

Dignity Hospice of Colorado has had the honor of providing end of life care to patients and their families since 2010, initially under the ownership and direction of Brice & Christie Wilson. In March of 2017, Jenna Girton, a Dignity employee acquired the company with her husband Roy.

As a loving wife and mother of two, Jenna has always gravitated to the service of others. Prior to Joining Dignity in 2013, Jenna nurtured her customer service mindset in the hospitality and financial services industries. Roy has also always had a passion for helping people. He has been a loyal public servant, first as a US Marine and for the past two decades in the fire service. Currently, Roy is a Lieutenant with a local Denver area fire department where he feels privileged to help others during their most critical time of need.

Jenna and Roy work hard to continue the beautiful vision created by Brice and Christie and to create an environment where the appreciation and respect of their team flows through to Dignity’s patients and families. Making a positive impact in people’s lives is at the heart of what they are working so hard to build. Jenna and Roy’s dedication to their patients, by ensuring they receive exceptional care (just as they would want for their own loved ones), is what drives them to be the best hospice provider in Colorado.

Mission & Principles:  Our Mission


Our mission is to provide exceptional care to our patients, their families, medical professionals, referring partners and our employees. It is an honor to provide our services in an environment which fosters dignity, love and respect for everyone.

Dedication to Our Employees


We are committed to providing our employees with a nurturing work environment with equal opportunity for personal and professional growth. We are dedicated to cultivating a servant’s heart and loving attitude in all of our employees. Dignity employees will be given the same level of respect, concern and caring attitude within our organization that they are expected to provide externally with every life they touch.

Dignity’s Guiding Principles

  1. To be the Provider of choice by delivering exceptional care; and
  2. To be the Employer of choice by providing the best working environment.

Disclaimer… We offer services to all qualified clients without discrimination based on race, color, national origin, handicap condition, or age. In compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Age Discrimination Act of 1975. Other agency guidelines prohibit discrimination on the basis of creed, sex, religion, sexual orientation, marital status and ancestry.