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Masonicare Pathways Program

The aging process may bring medical conditions that can affect quality of life. A geriatric assessment is a unique, comprehensive evaluation by experienced healthcare professionals. It addresses medical, physical, psychosocial and functional issues, and focuses on minimizing health risks and strengthening functional capacity. Assessments are usually covered by Medicare and secondary insurance plans, and no referral is necessary.

What to expect:

A geriatric assessment is an outpatient appointment, which usually takes approximately one and a half to two hours. After the assessment is completed, a care plan is provided that will include suggestions and recommendations on how the highest quality of life can be achieved.

The Masonicare difference:

We’re experienced geriatric specialists, with a complete appreciation of all the challenges seniors may face. So, more than just a medical exam, our assessment offers a wealth of practical approaches to restore vitality—coping skills, problem solving, care planning and assesses medically reversible issues to enhance quality of life along with community referrals for services.

Masonicare Pathways Program

  • In-depth exams covering functional, cognitive, caregiver and medical issues.
  • Consultation is with a geriatrician and an advanced practice registered nurse (APRN).
  • The patient’s family and caregivers are encouraged to participate in the assessment.
  • The assessment Includes a follow-up report to the Primary Care Physician regarding a plan of care and offers specialized care recommendations. Extensive follow-up with case management support and community resources is available when indicated.

To learn more about Masonicare’s Pathways Program or to make an appointment, please call 1-203-679-6370.