Edenbridge in Action

Building on the established national PACE model, Edenbridge partners with community healthcare providers and service organizations to create and operate PACE programs of the highest quality. Our strong community partnerships benefit our participants and the neighborhoods we serve.

Edenbridge-Led PACE Programs

Washington D.C.

Edenbridge PACE at Skyland Town Center opened in March 2023 to serve older adults residing east of Washington’s Anacostia River. The new PACE center is part of a broader effort to revitalize this section of the city.

Edenbridge was selected to develop this PACE program in a highly competitive application process. Our strong community partnerships in this region set us apart from other applicants. Element Care, a nonprofit organization that operates several PACE programs in Massachusetts, is our lead partner.


As part of the West Baltimore PACE Community Coalition, Edenbridge was selected to develop a new PACE program in West Baltimore. The Coalition includes longtime local service providers KeswickCatholic Charities, Gilchrist, as well as neighborhood associations, older adult advocates, large health systems, and aging service providers. PACE operator Element Care of Massachusetts is also helping to create the program.

The center will be located in the Mondawmin Mall, which is being energetically redeveloped as a center of the local community, and is scheduled to open in early 2024.

The WBPCC proposal won strong community enthusiasm with over 40 letters of support from local pastors, politicians, service providers and community leaders.

Other PACE Collaborations

Northern Virginia

Cherry Blossom PACE in Alexandria, Virginia, which opened in 2021, was developed, built and launched by Edenbridge, in collaboration with ConcertoCare. The owner of Cherry Blossom is FFL Partners, a private equity firm.

South Los Angeles

Edenbridge developed, built and launched a ConcertoCare-owned PACE program that opened in the summer of 2022 in South Los Angeles. The center provides services to the historically underserved Crenshaw community.


Edenbridge is building and helping to launch a center in Bakersfield, 100 miles north of Los Angeles. Opening in 2024, the center is owned and will be operated by ConcertoCare.