YPSILANTI, Mich. (March 9, 2017)—Huron Valley PACE (Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly) this week welcomed a new medical director, Dr. Terri Mack.
“Dr. Mack’s wealth of knowledge and experience are certain to make positive contributions to the well-being of aging people throughout our five-county region,” said Rick Bluhm, Huron Valley PACE executive director. “We look forward to her leadership and achievements in helping local seniors maintain their independence as long as possible.”
Dr. Mack will provide care to program participants in the Huron Valley PACE Clinic, located in the Adult Day Center at 2940 Ellsworth Road in Ypsilanti.
“Now in its third year of operation, Huron Valley PACE serves older adults so they can remain in their homes longer,” Bluhm said. “The PACE concept is part of the nationwide model of support that began in the early 1970s. Our clients, families and communities say they are extremely pleased with the outcomes delivered through this model, such as better health, increased security and long-term self-reliance. We know Dr. Mack will continue to foster these outcomes and offer top-quality assistance to seniors.”
Dr. Mack received her Bachelor of Arts with Distinction in Psychology from the University of Michigan. She went on to graduate from Wayne State University’s School of Medicine in 2003. Following graduation, she interned and completed her residency at the Detroit Medical Center. She finished fellowships in two programs at the University of Michigan: the Geriatric Medicine Fellowship Program and the Hospice and Palliative Care Medicine Fellowship Program.
Visit huronvalleypace.org for more information.