At Kaiser Permanente Colorado, your care doesn’t end when you’re discharged from the hospital. Even after you leave, the Kaiser Permanente Post-Acute Care Team (or PACT) is with you to help ensure a smooth transition and a comfortable recovery.

What we do

As you begin the recovery process, your care team will create an individual plan just for you. If you go home to continue your recovery, depending on the nature of your condition, PACT may send an advanced practice nurse to your home to address any complex needs you have. We also will pair you with a social worker to connect you with community resources, if needed. If you require more hands-on care, Kaiser Permanente Colorado partners with top-notch home health agencies and skilled nursing facilities so that you receive the services you need. PACT works closely with these partners to help provide seamless, quality care to get you back to your healthiest.

Recovering at home is always the first choice, but there are times when you might need more extensive care and therapy before you return home. We have several contracted partners throughout the Denver area to provide this care.

Who we are

We are a dynamic team of experts who are dedicated to your healing. We’re highly qualified, board-certified doctors, advanced practice nurses, registered nurses, and social workers who are with you from the time you enter the hospital for treatment to the time you go home and continue your recovery. Our team includes:

  • Geriatric- and hospital-trained physicians rounding in our skilled nursing facilities
  • Advanced practice nurses providing care in your home
  • Licensed clinical social workers in all of our partner hospitals
  • Care navigators to partner with you and help develop recovery plans

Connected care

PACT partners with your primary care provider and any other specialist involved in your treatment. Kaiser Permanente Colorado’s integrated care system allows us to give you the most appropriate care you need, when you need it. Your electronic health record allows us to collaborate with many specialists in different areas of medicine, which gives you the best chance to recover from a serious illness or injury, your way.

Questions about PACT?
Please visit or call the Appointment and Advice Contact Center at 303-338-4545 or 1-800-218-1059 (TTY 711).

The way we practice medicine at Kaiser Permanente gives us the freedom to focus on care, rather than running a business. We are free to practice medicine the way it is supposed to be practiced — with a focus on providing expert, compassionate care to you.

Every member of your care team is here to support you through your journey. When you have excellent doctors, truly connected care teams, advanced technology, and the right partners, you can expect great results.

Each year, Kaiser Permanente doctors are recognized as top doctors by their peers and publications such as 5280 magazine. Some have joined us from top-ranked academic training programs and successful private practices. Others have been honored for their invaluable contributions to medical advancements and new surgical techniques that help patients heal quickly and with less pain.

Our hospital partners have a track record of success and are often recognized as regional or national centers of excellence for their specialties. We also partner with national organizations, contributing to large, cutting-edge, research projects.