Caring For Life

The Florida Pace Providers Association exists to grow and expand the PACE model of care across Florida.

PACE is the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly. The model of care is designed to keep frail seniors living safely in the community while enhancing their overall health and quality of life.

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To learn more or to find a PACE provider near you, please call the Florida PACE Providers Association toll-free at:



WELCOME TO THE Florida PACE Providers Association

The Florida PACE Providers Association (FPPA) is a 501-C3 organization with the purpose of uniting all PACE providers in Florida towards fulfilling the mutual goal of advancing and growing the PACE model of care in Florida.

Please reach out to us if you or your organization would like to learn more about starting a PACE program in your community.

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The Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) offers a variety of services, with many of them provided onsite at a PACE Center.

PACE is an alternative to nursing home care and – through an interdisciplinary care team (IDT) of physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, social workers, therapists, van drivers, and aides – coordinates and provides preventive, primary, acute, and long-term care services, so older individuals can continue living in the community.

The interdisciplinary team collaborates with seniors and their families to create a comprehensive and coordinated personal care plan, make all necessary appointments, coordinate specialists, fill prescriptions, and provide transportation to and from PACE centers.

While at a PACE center, participants receive a hot meal, social interaction, and recreational activities, in addition to medical clinic check-ups, physical therapy, and/or rehabilitative therapy, as determined by the interdisciplinary team.

To qualify for participating in PACE program, an individual must:

be 55 years of age or older

live in a PACE service area

be able to live safely in the community at the time of enrollment

be certified by the state to need a nursing home level of care

Find a PACE Provider in Your Community

What makes PACE programs so special?

PACE Empowers Frail Elderly To Age In Place

PACE Provides Quality Care & High Participant Satisfaction

PACE Helps Florida Predict Costs & Save Money

PACE Is A Capitated, full-risk, Coordinated Care Program


PACE providers are contracted by the State of Florida to provide a full scope of care and services for participants, including:

  • Medical care provided by PACE physicians

  • Medical specialists in areas of audiology, dentistry, optometry, podiatry
  • Day center facilities
  • Transportation

  • Respite Care

  • Social Services

  • Lab and Diagnostic services
  • Physical, occupational and recreational therapies
  • All necessary prescription drugs
  • Home Health Care

  • Preventative Care

  • Personal Care

  • Hospital and nursing home care when necessary

  • Meals and nutritional counseling

Locate PACE Programs Across Florida

FPPA Members

Florida PACE® Centers
(305) 751-7223

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Hope PACE®
(239) 985-6400

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Palm Beach PACE®
(561) 471-5111

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Northeast Florida Pace Partners
(904) 407-6207

Suncoast PACE®
(727) 289-0062


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FPPA Affiliate Members

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For providers throughout the United States, please visit the National PACE Association at