Jewish Board Of Family And Children Services
PACE Provider Organization in Douglaston, New York
NPI 1689758955

Jewish Board Of Family And Children Services is a PACE Provider Organization based in Flushing, NY. Jewish Board Of Family And Children Services practices in Douglaston, NY. The NPI Number for Jewish Board Of Family And Children Services is 1689758955 and holds a License No. 071-000-1 (New York).

The current practice location address for Jewish Board Of Family And Children Services is Jewish Board And Children And Family Services, Douglaston, NY and can be reached out via phone at 718-423-6200 and via fax at 718-423-9762. You can also correspond with Jewish Board Of Family And Children Services through the mailing address at 43-06 159TH STREET,, FLUSHING, NY - 11358 (mailing address contact number: 718-423-6200).

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Provider Profile Details
NPI Number
1689758955
Provider Name
Jewish Board Of Family And Children Services
Credential
Provider Entity Type
Organization
Address
Jewish Board And Children And Family Services, Douglaston, NY, 11358
Phone Number
718-423-6200
Fax Number
718-423-9762
Provider Enumeration Date
10/24/2006
Last Update Date
08/22/2020
institution
Provider Business Practice Location Address Details
Address
Jewish Board And Children And Family Services
City
State
Zip
11362
Phone Number
718-423-6200
Fax Number
718-423-9762
person
Provider Business Mailing Address Details
Address
43-06 159Th Street,
City
State
Zip
11358
Phone Number
718-423-6200
Fax Number
718-423-9762
person
Provider's Primary Taxonomy Details
Type
Agencies
Classification
Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) Provider Organization
Speciality
-
Taxonomy
License No.
071-000-1 (New York)
Definition
A PACE provider organization is a not-for-profit private or public entity that is primarily engaged in providing PACE services(unique capitated managed care benefits for the frail elderly which include comprehensive medical and social services). The following characteristics also apply to a PACE organization. It must: have a governing board that includes community representation; be able to provide complete PACE services regardless of frequency or duration of services; have a physical site to provide adult day services; have a defined service area; have safeguards against conflict of interest; have demonstrated fiscal soundness and have a formal Participant Bill of Rights.