Clontz Elected to Board of National PACEĀ® Organization - Cone Health

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Published on October 21, 2014

Clontz Elected to Board of National PACE® Organization

He will also serve as chairman of the public policy committee. 

Cone Health Executive Vice President for Health Services Tim Clontz has been elected to the National PACE Association Board of Directors. His three-year term begins Oct. 27 at the National PACE Association annual conference in San Diego. Clontz will also serve as chairman of the public policy committee.

The National PACE Association is an organization advocating for PATim ClontzCE programs and their development. PACE (Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly) is an alternative to nursing homes and seeks to enable seniors to live at home for as long as possible. Cone Health is a partner in three PACE programs.

  • PACE of the Triad (Serves seniors in Guilford and Rockingham Counties.)
  • PACE of the Southern Piedmont (Serves seniors in the Charlotte area.)
  • StayWell Senior Care (Will serve seniors in Randolph and Montgomery counties and a portion of Moore County when it opens later this year.)  

“We all want to spend our retirement years in our homes and PACE allows many seniors to do that. These programs provide high-quality care and provide the individualized services that seniors need to continue living in the community,” says Clontz. “PACE programs can play a big role in caring for the elderly and I look forward to advocating for these innovative programs nationally.”

Clontz joined Cone Health as the assistant hospital director of Wesley Long Hospital in 1983. He held progressively responsible position before being promoted to his current position in 1997. He earned his master's degree in health administration from Duke University and his bachelor of arts degree in psychology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Clontz is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives. He is board chairman of Advanced Home Care, Inc. and of the Parish Council of Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church. Clontz also serves on the boards of Well-Spring Services, Inc., Impact Alamance and Rockingham County Healthcare Alliance.

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