Ken Robbins is the Executive Director of Senior CommUnity Care PACE (Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly) and oversees the program with operation in Ingham, Clinton, and Eaton counties. Ken graduated from Michigan State University with a bachelors and masters in business management. Ken has been with Senior CommUnity Care PACE since January of 2020.
Stephanie joined the SCCMI team in July of 2017 as one of our master social workers before taking the role of lead social worker in 2020. At the end of 2021, Stephanie stepped in to assist SCCMI as interim Center Director before taking the role full time in early 2022. Stephanie’s journey working with the senior community began in college when she accepted a position as a CNA at a local senior living community. It was through this experience she realized her passion for helping the senior population and their loved ones through some of their most difficult times. Stephanie received her Bachelor’s degree and Masters in Social Work from Michigan State University.
It has been my pleasure to serve the local community since August 2018 when I initially joined the PACE family as the Enrollment Specialist. I graduated in 2016 from Baker College with my Bachelor’s Degree. I then decided to further my education by pursuing my Master’s Degree in Gerontology, where I was able to focus my studies even more on the older adult population & the aging process. In 2019 I completed my degree path & graduated from Capella University. After graduating & before joining PACE, I have had the opportunity to work in various Human Services settings, including senior centers, adult day care, and the Disability Network.
Dr. Hengstebeck has been the Medical Director for Senior CommUnity Care PACE (Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly) since June 2018. She graduated from MSU College of Osteopathic Medicine and completed a family medicine residency at Genesys Regional Medical Center in Flint, MI. After completing four years on active duty in the US Navy, Dr. Hengstebeck practiced in rural, underserved communities in North Florida from 2002-2013. She was also part of the founding faculty for the first osteopathic medical school in Alabama. Prior to joining PACE, she was clinical faculty at MSU College of Human Medicine from 2016-2018.
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