Care Management

Who We Are


Grace Care Management was founded in 2001 as a company with a unique mission to serve the elderly and those in need of professional advocacy in San Diego County. We place special value on training and mentoring our extraordinary staff.


We continue broadening the scope of our professional services by working with a collaborative team of social service, rehabilitation and mental health professionals to enrich our innovative model of care. Our advisers include physicians, advanced practice nurses and allied health professionals dedicated to the highest values in health care.

We believe that everyone facing the challenges of chronic illness and aging, or an extended period of recovery and coping, deserves support and special care. As our health system continues to evolve and adapt to meet the challenges ahead, our elders and all those with increasing needs for care will require more professional support during their journey. It’s important that we meet them where they are and create communities of care to protect, surround, and nourish our most vulnerable.


Grace Care continues to lead the way in collaborative home and community based care models, which honor the whole person.

About Our Care Management Services

Our care management team of experts has years of experience navigating the changing health care system and are here to be your dedicated guides, advocates and support system.  Grace Care Management provides nurses, social workers, geriatric care managers and allied health professionals.  They are each uniquely skilled in patient care and have been trained to advocate for optimum health, dignity and quality of life along the whole continuum of care.

Each of our San Diego based Care Managers can assist you with visits both at home and over the phone as needed.  We provide 24/7 on call support and are here for you and your loved one every step of the way.  Visits can be scheduled at individual hourly rates, with no weekly minimum requirements.

Care managers can help with...

  • Medication management
  • Coordinating care with multiple healthcare providers
  • Transitional care: Helping patients home from the hospital and skilled nursing facilities
  • Regular communication and status updates to family members and health care professionals
  • Linkage to community resources
  • Concierge physician referrals
  • Placement services
  • Clinical support and quality assurance for existing caregivers

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