Two Montgomery County Trinity Health Units to Offer New Health Program for Low-Income Elderly

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Mercy LIFE and LIFE St. Mary Trinity Health units have partnered to bring a comprehensive health program for the low income elderly in Montgomery County.

Mercy Life LogoThere is good news from Trinity Health for the low-income elderly population in Montgomery County, as two of its units are partnering to bring a comprehensive health program for low income seniors in the area, writes Harold Brubaker for Philly.com.

The new program for low income individuals who are 55 and older is being brought to fruition by the joint efforts of Mercy LIFE and LIFE St. Mary.

st-mary-medical-center-pennsylvania-squarelogo-1429768638858Mercy LIFE, based out of One West Elm Street in Conshohocken, already provides a model of comprehensive primary care supported by federal and state funds.

This includes providing services such as adult day services, social activities, home care, and numerous other programs for over 1,000 people in Delaware County, North Philadelphia, and West Philadelphia.

Under the new program, the Trinity Health organization will also operate in the southwestern half of Montgomery County.

LIFE St. Mary, which is located at 2500 Interplex Drive in Feasterville-Trevose, currently has 229 members in Bucks County. Under the new partnership, LIFE will now be able to serve the northeastern half of Montgomery County with its much needed health services for the elderly.

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