Genesys PACE Part of Redevelopment Effort in Flint, MI

January 12, 2016

A health and wellness district in downtown Flint, MI, has grown to three city blocks and $36 million in investments in an emerging redevelopment effort. Among the anticipated benefits of the district are health education and the reduction of chronic disease in the community.

A major addition to the district was the $3.9 million PACE Center operated by Genesys Health System that opened last summer.

The center is expected to serve an estimated 130 seniors daily and eventually employ 70 people, said Nicholas Evans, vice president of business and fund development at Genesys.


Nicholas Evans

Evans said the center sends a strong message on two levels: the commitment by Genesys to meet the care needs of the senior population in Genesee County and its support for the revitalization of Flint.

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