Frequently Asked Questions

How do I apply?

To enroll in PACE, please contact the McGregor PACE organization at 216.791.3580. McGregor will guide you through the application/enrollment process. Enrollment in PACE is voluntary. If an individual meets the eligibility requirements and chooses PACE, an Enrollment Agreement is then signed.

Does PACE provide comprehensive care?

Yes, PACE covers all medical and supportive services that are necessary for your care, as determined by the Interdisciplinary Team and you!

What is the Interdisciplinary Team?

The Interdisciplinary Team ia s a group of health care and social service professionals who assess your needs, develop your care plan, and deliver and coordinate services; including acute care services. The McGregor PACE Interdisciplinary Team is composed of:

* Primary Care Physician
* Registered Nurse
* Social Worker
* Physical Therapist
* Occupational Therapist
* Recreational Therapist or Activity Coordinator
* Dietitian
* PACE Center Team
* Home-care Aide, Services
* Transportation Staff

Can I keep seeing my current doctor?

You can continue to see your primary care physician while in the PACE program. You will also need to choose a primary care physician within the PACE organization. You will have a whole team dedicated to providing you with high-quality medical care. McGregor PACE may include your specialist or be willing to add your specialist as part of your care plan.

Does PACE cover my medications?

Yes. PACE provides prescription drug coverage. If you enroll in PACE, you will get your prescription drugs and all other necessary medication from the PACE organization.

Does PACE support family caregivers?

Yes. McGregor PACE supports your family members and other caregivers with training, support groups, and respite care.