Pulmonary and Cardiac Exercise and Education (PACE) program awarded prize for clinical excellence
13 August 2020
The Alpine Health PACE team was awarded the prize for clinical excellence at the Australian Cardiovascular Health and Rehabilitation Association on Wednesday 12th August. They were nominated for the award by the conference organizers as their abstract was selected as one of the top three in the clinical field.
“Receiving this award is a great recognition of our innovative model, exceptional team and the wonderful outcomes we are achieving with our clients” said Fiona Miller from Kiewa Valley Sports and Spinal Physiotherapy.
The PACE program is a partnership model between Alpine Health, Equilibre Health, Kiewa Valley Sports and Spinal Physiotherapy and Ovens Valley Physio and Pilates funded by the Murray PHN.
Early Intervention Manager, Emma Ghys said “we are so proud of the team. Clients have seen significant improvements in their health and wellbeing after participating in the program.”
The program continues to run in a modified form during Stage 3 COVID restrictions. Contact Maree Jenkin PACE Coordinator 0438 384 762 for further details.
Photo: Fiona Miller from Kiewa Valley Sports and Spinal Physiotherapy using telehealth technology to conduct modified PACE program for clients.