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At the heart of the PACE model is the Interdisciplinary Team. Each participant in the program receives the support of at least 11 staff members, represented here. They design a comprehensive care plan that is regularly reassessed every six months, and more often as needed. The participant and caregivers are an integral part of this care planning.

PACE provides all the care and services covered by Medicare and Medicaid if authorized by your health care team. If your health care team decides you need care and services that Medicare and Medicaid doesn't cover, PACE may still cover them.

PACE provides:

    • Health treatment from a dedicated team of health care professionals who work together and coordinate all care and services.
    • Access to specialty care, such as physical, occupational and speech therapy.
    • Transportation to and from the PACE center and other medical appointments.
    • Assistance at home with activities of daily living.
    • An adult day program for socialization and activities.
    • Nutritional support.
    • Caregiver support.
    • One location where doctors, nurses and other health care professionals deliver treatment and monitor changes in an individual’s health.
    • Medication management.

Here are some of the services PACE covers: 

      • Adult day primary care (including doctor and recreational therapy nursing services)
      • Dentistry
      • Emergency services
      • Home care
      • Hospital care
      • Laboratory/x-ray services
      • Meals
      • Medical specialty services
      • Nursing home care
      • Nutritional counseling
      • Occupational therapy
      • Physical therapy
      • Prescription drugs
      • Preventive care
      • Social services, including caregiver training, support groups, and respite care
      • Social work counseling
      • Transportation to the PACE center for activities or medical appointments, if medically necessary. You may also be able to get transportation to some medical appointments in the community.

About us

Supporting the development, expansion, success and quality of PACE programs in North Carolina, so that every person who is eligible for PACE will have access to this service

North Carolina PACE Association serves as the credible voice and leader to advance PACE, thereby transforming healthcare in North Carolina.


Link to current openings at NC PACE Centers.

Contact us

Phone: 919-428-7118
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 878
Holly Springs, NC 27540

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