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Center for Elders’ Independence
PACE Concord

Current Members: 510-433-1150
Become a Member: 844-319-1150
Hours: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Monday through Friday

1465 Civic Court
Concord, CA 94520

Serving our respected elders in Concord, Walnut Creek, Pleasant Hill, Martinez, Pittsburg, Bay Point, Antioch, Orinda, Lafayette

Our brand new, latest PACE center in Concord offers a full-service seniors-only medical clinic, several social and activity centers, a large computer lab, a state-of-the-art senior gym, a spiritual room and a gorgeous outdoor patio to enjoy the sunshine and fresh air.

Seniors enrolled in our PACE healthcare plan come here to play, to get stronger, and build friendships. They also visit with their social worker or see their nurse or spend time with their occupational therapist.

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People You'll Meet at Concord PACE Center

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CENTER DIRECTOR

Emily Hoshida

“As a Center Director, I found my life’s passion. Seeing the positive outcomes is incredibly rewarding and fulfilling for me.”

As a Center Director, I found my life’s passion. By participating in the care for our seniors, seeing the positive outcomes is incredibly rewarding and fulfilling for me. I started on this path at age 14 when I worked at a retirement community and feel very blessed to be in this direct role. I bring my problem solving skills to each participant with the goal of relieving their stress, as they no longer have to attempt to figure things out on their own. From my experience as a family caregiver for my mother and experiences working in this field, I understand their challenges and serve as a strong advocate for their highest well-being with the many tools in my toolbox.

After graduating with my Bachelor of Science in Health Services Administration from California State University, Chico, I started to work in healthcare in the human resources department at a home health and hospice agency. From there, I joined Center for Elders’ Independence in 2006 as a human resources analyst bringing my love of training and development to the role. Seven years later, I was thrilled to be promoted to Center Director for the Berkeley Center.

When I’m not at work, I enjoy baking cupcakes with my kids and sharing them with others. My husband and three kids are very active in sports in Concord. At my church, I am a music minister by singing and playing the guitar during Sunday services.

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Raymond Roque

“Hearing my patients share, “I can do this thing again!” makes my work worth all of the efforts and dedication.”

Hearing my patients share, “I can do this thing again!” makes my work worth all of the efforts and dedication. When I see them become more functional under my care, it strengthens my commitment to this group of amazing people.

When I first see someone, I respectfully listen to their many challenges, whether it’s with their day-to-day living or having to manage numerous medications. We work together with all of the support under our PACE healthcare model to improve health by removing barriers to get much needed services. By seeing my patients once a month, we get better control of medications. They are far less anxious and they struggle much less. It truly is an ideal setting for our beloved seniors.

I earned my Bachelor’s degree from UC Davis, then completed my medical degree at the University of Santo Tomas in Manila, Philippines. I did my post-grad residency training at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey at CentraState Medical Center in New Jersey. While there, I solidified my desire to work with older adults under very dedicated geriatrics mentors. Soon after, I moved to Philadelphia to complete my fellowship in Geriatric Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania Health System. I returned home to the Bay Area to be closer to family and raise my children.

In addition to English, I speak conversational Filipino (Tagalog).

When I’m not seeing participants, I enjoy hiking, watching professional and college sports, and spending time with my wife and kids. My children keep me very busy with basketball and soccer.

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Tanya Kailath

“I love working with elders because they are the most authentic and transparent about the real struggle of wanting to maintain independence, self-reliance, and hope as they experience changes and loss. They teach me about deeper aspects of myself by reflecting their true humanity.”

I love working with elders because they are the most authentic and transparent about the real struggle of wanting to maintain independence, self-reliance, and hope as they experience changes and loss. They teach me about deeper aspects of myself by reflecting their true humanity. I love watching seniors interact with each other, make friends, socialize, and continue to exceed their expectations and perceived limitations. As a palliative care specialist, I am inspired by what matters most as I learn about participants’ wishes for their health now and in the future.

After visiting an assisted living community at seven years old, I started on my path to becoming a geriatric nurse. I earned my Bachelor of Science in Nursing from University of Rochester and immediately began my Master’s degree of Science in Nursing at Boston College focusing on gerontology and palliative care. I started my nursing career in Sacramento working with an internal medicine specialist as a nurse practitioner. As I worked with the senior patients, I developed an expertise in end-of-life family-centered communications. I moved to the South Bay to expand my skills to provide excellent medical care in a variety of situations and needs of my patients. I joined Center for Elders’ Independence in 2014 as the PACE model of care truly inspires me. Providing access to total care to vulnerable seniors who need a centralized way to have their medical and life needs met brings me joy and purpose in my life.

I speak English and Spanish.

For fun, I read or listen to books about metaphysics, Jungian psychology, conscious healing and business related books. I also train and coach other caregivers. I enjoy being creative by writing and composing songs and melodies with a producer as well as playing the piano and singing several times a week. I strive to take one international and one domestic trip every year to explore new places.

CEI provides care to older adults who live in the following East Bay zip codes:

94501 City Of Alameda
94502 City Of Alameda
94505 Discovery Bay
94506 Danville/Blackhawk
94507 Alamo
94509 Antioch
94511 Bethel Island
94513 Brentwood
94514 Byron
94516 Canyon
94517 Clayton
94518 Concord
94519 Concord
94520 Concord (North)
94521 Concord
94522 Concord
94523 Pleasant Hill
94524 Concord (West)
94525 Crockett
94526 Danville
94527 Concord
94528 Diablo
94530 El Cerrito
94531 Antioch

94540 Hayward (Airport)
94541 Hayward (North)
94542 Hayward (South)
94544 Hayward (South)
94545 Hayward (South)
94546 Hayward/Castro Valley
94547 Hercules
94548 Knightsen
94549 Walnut Creek/Lafayette
94550 Livermore
94551 Livermore
94552 Hayward/Castro Valley
94553 Martinez
94556 Moraga
94561 Oakley
94563 Orinda
94564 Pinole
94565 Pittsburg
94566 Pleasanton
94568 Dublin
94569 Port Costa
94570 Moraga
94572 Rodeo
94575 Moraga

94577 San Leandro (Marina/DT)
94578 San Leandro (Chabot)
94579 San Leandro (South)
94580 San Lorenzo
94582 San Ramon
94583 San Ramon
94586 Sunol
94588 Pleasanton
94595 Rossmoor
94596 Walnut Creek
94597 Walnut Creek
94598 Walnut Creek
94601 Fruitvale, Seminary
94602 Dimond
94603 Elmhurst
94605 Seminary
94606 San Antonio
94607 West Oakland
94608 Emeryville
94609 Temescal
94610 Lake Merritt, Trestle Glen
94611 Piedmont, Montclair, Downtown
94612 Downtown
94613 Mills College

94618 Rockridge
94619 Millmont
94621 Eastmont
94625 Port of Oakland
94626 Oakland
94627 Oakland
94702 Southwest Berkeley
94703 Southwest Berkeley
94704 East Berkeley
94705 Upper Ashby
94706 Albany
94707 Albany, Berkeley
94708 North Berkeley, Kensington
94709 Grizzly Peak
94710 West Berkeley
94720 UC Berkeley
94801 Richmond
94802 Richmond
94803 Richmond, El Sobrante
94804 Richmond
94805 Richmond, San Pablo
94806 Richmond
94820 El Sobrante