There's no place like home . . . and LIFE Geisinger
LIFE Geisinger provides additional independence for older individuals and their caregivers. If older adults live in our service area* and meet certain requirements, the LIFE Geisinger Program can help them stay in their homes while taking advantage of comprehensive daily living and health services. It's the best of both worlds.
More Care, less worry.
LIFE Geisinger (Living Independently for Elders) is recognized by the state of Pennsylvania and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services as a PACE provider. PACE means Programs for All-Inclusive Care of the Elderly - those that offer older adults a variety of services designed to maintain health, prevent nursing home placement, and improve the quality of life.
Only selected centers like our LIFE Geisinger locations in Scranton and Kulpmont, Pennsylvania are designated PACE programs. Our team helps caregivers match the elderly individual's needs with the right type and amount of care. The result? More care, less worry.
Engaging all participants
LIFE Geisinger is one of many outreach initiatives provided by Geisinger Community Health Services, a division of the Geisinger Health System.
Additional Information about PACE and LIFE programs
- Programs for All-Inclusive Care of the Elderly (PACE)
- National PACE Association
- Pennsylvania Department of Welfare, LIFE program information
Medicare complaints and feedback
LIFE Geisinger cares for many Medicare Advantage (MA) insurance policy holders and Part D prescription plan users. To submit feedback, including complaints, directly to Medicare about your Medicare health plan or prescription drug plan, click the link below to be directed to a complaint form on Medicare's website: Medicare Complaint Form
If you have feedback specific to LIFE Geisinger, please contact us directly. Click the link below to view our contact information.
*LIFE Geisinger's service territory includes Lackawanna County and portions of Luzerne, Columbia, Montour, Northumberland, and Schuykill Counties in Pennsylvania.