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Integrated Long Term Care Medical Group provides California-licensed physicians and nurse practitioners to serve participants of InnovAge California PACE (ICAP). Medical professionals associated with Integrated Long Term Care Medical Group are indicated below.

Chad Perkey, MS, LNHA

Center Director
Center Director

From an early age, I knew I had a passion for helping those in need. My passion quickly grew towards the older adult population and continues to grow daily. Giving back to those who have paved the way for myself and others is rewarding, and being part of InnovAge allows me to do so every day.

Chad Perkey joined InnovAge in 2018 as center director of the Aurora PACE center. He is a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator (LNHA) and has more than 11 years in various leadership positions with senior living facilities in Colorado and Virginia, including Alpine Living Facility and the Villas at Sunny Acres. Chad earned his master’s degree in health promotion and education from Virginia Tech University, as well as his bachelor’s degree from Radford University. In 2012, he received the Martin Luther King Jr. Certificate of Recognition for “Uniting Our Voices for Change” from the Fauquier County Chamber of Commerce in Virginia.
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Dawn Robinson

Center Director
Center Director

I am passionate about serving older adults and helping them live independently.

Dawn joined InnovAge in 2017 as center director of the Denver PACE center. Previously, she spent over 15 years in leadership positions for a variety of senior living and healthcare facilities. Most recently, she spent five years as executive director at Five Star Senior Living’s Cherrelyn Healthcare Center in Littleton, Colo. Dawn has a bachelor’s degree in healthcare administration from Denver Technical College and is a licensed nursing home administrator in Colorado, New Mexico, and Texas.
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Emily Dawson Petersen

Center Director
Center Director

Our team provides care that we want for ourselves and our loved ones. I could not be more proud to deliver this excellent healthcare model to the people we serve, or more proud to work alongside our team of truly remarkable professionals.

Emily Dawson Petersen became center director of the Northern Colorado PACE Center in 2015. She was previously the director of development and marketing for SummitStone Health Partners, and has experience in various non-profit and for-profit capacities. Emily is an active community member and serves as a team lead for the March of Dimes’ March for Babies. Emily earned her bachelor’s degree in finance and music from Colorado State University, as well as her master’s in public policy from American University.
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Kellie Montgomery, RN, CDP, WCC

Center Director
Center Director

Aging is not lost youth, but a new stage of opportunity and growth.

Kellie has served as center director at the Virginia PACE center since it opened in 2013. Prior to joining InnovAge, Kellie worked as a nurse for Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital and Heartland Home Health Care, where she also gained experience in case management.

Kellie graduated from Western Virginia Community College in 2009 with an associate’s degree in nursing. She specialized in geriatrics and is wound care certified. Kellie is also a certified dementia practitioner.

Kellie was raised in Roanoke, Va. and currently lives in the nearby town of Troutville. In her spare time, she enjoys camping, scrapbooking and spending time with her family. Kellie is married with a young daughter and has another baby on the way.
 
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Kelly Keeler

Center Director
Center Director

There is nothing more important than ensuring our seniors are safe and cared for, specifically for those who no longer have a voice. PACE is such an incredible program, ensuring that healthcare and wellness is achievable for all seniors.

Kelly Keller became center director at the Pueblo PACE Center in 2015. Prior to joining InnovAge, Kelly worked extensively in assisted living facilities, focusing on areas including memory care, operations, and training. Kelly volunteers with the Alzheimer’s Association and the Humane Society. She earned her bachelor’s degree in healthcare management and a master’s degree in health services administration from DeVry University.
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