The East Boston Neighborhood Health Center (EBNHC) has announced the appointment of Gregory Wilmot as Assistant Vice President of Neighborhood PACE, where he will be responsible for program operations and business development.
Neighborhood PACE is a Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly, one of 121 PACE programs across America, with locations in East Boston and Winthrop. It serves residents in East Boston, Chelsea, Revere, Everett, Winthrop, Malden, Medford, Melrose, Stoneham, and Boston’s North End who are age 55 and over and meet the program’s clinical and financial eligibility criteria.
The program provides comprehensive care and support for those who need it, and offers a community alternative to nursing home care. Services include primary and specialty medical care, hospital/rehabilitation care, social interaction and programming, home care, medical transportation, and nursing home care if it is required.
“In joining EBNHC, I am so excited to be a part of the great work that EBNHC does every day for our patients,” said Wilmot. “Neighborhood PACE is the best-in-class model for how affordable high quality patient-centered care can work to improve patient health outcomes and quality of life for our community’s aging population. I am so proud to support the important mission of Neighborhood PACE.”
Wilmot brings over 15 years of experience in the health care field to his role as Assistant Vice President. He previously worked at Neighborhood Health Plan (NHP), where he was a leader within the organization’s Medicaid and Marketing areas, and led NHP’s MassHealth Accountable Care Organization strategy and operations.Prior to that he worked at Boston Medical Center, where he led business development, partnering with clinical and administrative leaders at the hospital and across key partners to create new opportunities for growth, expand clinical services, and implement new initiatives that supported the hospital’s patient satisfaction and quality goals. “Greg brings tremendous operational experience and creativity to Neighborhood PACE,” said Laura Wagner, Senior Vice President of Geriatric Services at EBNHC.