COVID-19 Update: ElderONE re-opened all day centers and clinics at limited capacity on Monday, October 19. We will continue to provide essential services to participants, and reevaluate these services as things change in our community. Should you have any questions, please call (585) 922-2800. Read the Latest Visitor & Masking Guidelines
One of the premier advantages of ElderONE is our on-site medical care at the PACE Center clinic. With the support of Rochester Regional Health, our extensive provider network allows us to give care to our participants right when they need it. With a primary focus on prevention and early intervention, ElderONE remains committed to caring for participants in a non-institutional setting.
Our comprehensive list of medical care services include the following (as medically necessary):
Our ElderONE board-certified geriatric physicians develop, monitor, and supervise each participant’s medical care and treatment plan and work closely with specialty medical physicians in the ElderONE network, including optometry, audiology, dentistry, podiatry, cardiology, pulmonology, rheumatology, among others. Our coordinated care teams meet regularly to review participants’ care plans and make changes when necessary.
If at any time our participants require hospitalization, their care is covered. We will ensure our participants remain comfortable and receive the care they need until they can return home!
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