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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.

Marc Cameron

Center Director
Center Director

My philosophy of care is to create an environment where we educate, encourage and empower our participants to continue living life on their own terms. What keeps me coming to work every day is knowing that we are helping to enhance the quality of our participants’ lives so they can live them to the fullest.

Marc Cameron has been the Center Director at the InnovAge San Bernardino PACE center since July 2017. He has been in Healthcare operational leadership roles in various specialties since 2009. He has managed a Workers’ Comp and Urgent Care center, worked in the dialysis field where he managed the largest hemodialysis center and then the largest Peritoneal Dialysis program in the nation. Most recently he was in a Regional Director role overseeing 23 Home dialysis programs throughout Southern California. Marc holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Management from Huntington University and a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Trinity International University.
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Rob Carroll

Center Director
Center Director

I joined InnovAge to be at the forefront of health care ingenuity. I believe value-based financial models like PACE are the future of health care, as fee-for-service is not sustainable in the long-term. While assuming total responsibility for coordinating care is not an easy task, it is admirable and I am proud to be a part of it.

Rob Carroll has been center director at the Aurora PACE Center since 2016. Before joining InnovAge, Rob was the director of the intake and utilization management departments at the University of Florida Health – Shands Psychiatric Hospital, where he managed departmental financial and operational performance. He also worked as a financial advisor at AG Edwards & Sons in Athens, Georgia. Rob is an active member of American College of Healthcare Executives and holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from Clemson University, as well as master’s degrees in both health administration and business administration from Georgia State University.
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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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Roslyn Paulson

Center Director
Center Director

I love working with older adults. It has been my passion since beginning as a certified nursing assistant when I was 17. My personal passion about working with this population and keeping them as independent as possible is a perfect match for InnovAge. I love the services we provide our participants.

Roslyn Paulson began her career with InnovAge as center director at the Thornton PACE Center before transitioning to her current role as director of the Lakewood PACE Center in 2017. Roslyn began her career in healthcare at the age of 17 as a certified nursing assistant. She has since worked in long-term care and senior nursing facilities, in roles ranging from social work and admissions to marketing and case management. She is also a licensed nursing home administrator. Roslyn earned her bachelor’s degree in social work from Colorado State University.
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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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