Greensburg, PA – Lisa Conklin has been appointed to the position of executive director of Senior LIFE Greensburg.
Senior LIFE, located at 123 Triangle Drive in Greensburg, is part of the national Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE), called LIFE in Pennsylvania. The program is funded through Medicare and Medicaid, and brings together a coordinated team of doctors, nurses, social workers and therapists to provide seniors with individualized health care plans and personal care services that help them to remain independent and live in their homes and communities.
“The Greensburg team is committed to ensuring great care and I’m excited to be part of such a progressive team that has the members and their families at the center of all decision making,” Conklin remarks. Conklin’s career includes extensive experience in emergency room departments, home health agencies, and over thirteen years of hospital experience. In her spare time, Conklin is interested in studying chemistry and discovering new ideas to cook. She enjoys finding new recipes and discovering new flavors and dishes.
Senior LIFE Greensburg serves 157 seniors at the Greensburg center and continues to grow. 99% of participants at the Greensburg center receive services at no cost to them. Senior LIFE’s support services allow family caregivers to maintain their personal and professional commitments while securing safe, quality care for loved ones. To be eligible for Senior LIFE services, seniors must be 55 years of age or older, reside in Westmoreland County (refer to www.seniorlifegreensburg.com for complete listing of areas), be determined medically eligible and able to be safely served in the home and community. To receive services at no cost, certain financial qualifications apply. There is also an option to private pay.
For more information call Senior LIFE Greensburg at (724) 838-8300 or visit the website at www.seniorlifegreensburg.com.