Who can join ElderPlace?

As a PACE program, ElderPlace eligibility criteria is mandated by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). Individuals are eligible if they are:

  • Age 55 or older
  • Living in or willing to relocate to our service area (see below)
  • In need of support services as defined by the state of Washington
  • Able to live safely in a community setting
  • Medicaid eligible or willing to pay private fees, which is equal to the current Medicaid rate
  • Willing to receive all needed health care, including primary care and specialist physician services (other than emergency services) from the PACE organization or from a provider authorized by the PACE organization
 

Service Area

The following zip codes are in our service area:

98002 (Auburn)
98092 (Auburn)
98224 (Baring)
98004 (Bellevue)
98005 (Bellevue)
98006 (Bellevue)
98007 (Bellevue)
98008 (Bellevue)
98009 (Bellevue)
98011 (Bothell)
98148 (Burien)
98166 (Burien)
98014 (Carnation)
98198 (Des Moines)
98031 (East Hill-Meridian)
98058 (Fairwood)
98003 (Federal Way)
98023 (Federal Way)
98027 (Issaquah)
98029 (Issaquah)
98028 (Kenmore)
98032 (Kent)
98030 (Kent)
98033 (Kirkland)
98034 (Kirkland)
98001 (Lakeland North)
98077 (Maltby/ Cottage Lake)
98038 (Maple Valley)
98040 (Mercer Island)
98052 (Redmond)
98055 (Renton)
98056 (Renton)
98057 (Renton)
98059 (Renton)
98074 (Sammamish)
98075 (Sammamish)
98188 (SeaTac)

 

98199 (Seattle)
98158 (Seattle)
98101 (Seattle)
98102 (Seattle)
98103 (Seattle)
98104 (Seattle)
98105 (Seattle)
98106 (Seattle)
98107 (Seattle)
98108 (Seattle)
98109 (Seattle)
98112 (Seattle)
98115 (Seattle)
98116 (Seattle)
98117 (Seattle)
98118 (Seattle)
98119 (Seattle)
98121 (Seattle)
98122 (Seattle)
98125 (Seattle)
98126 (Seattle)
98133 (Seattle)
98134 (Seattle)
98136 (Seattle)
98144 (Seattle)
98155 (Shoreline)
98177 (Shoreline)
98178 (Seattle)
98168 (Tukwila)
98053 (Union Hill-Novelty Hill)
98146 (White Center)
98072 (Woodinville)



Webpage is current as of 3/13/2020