Tanya Isaacs, The New Jewish Home’s SVP & Chief Human Resources Officer, recognized by Crain’s New York Business
Crain’s New York Business recently released its list of Notable Black Leaders and Executives for 2022 and we are delighted to announce that Tanya Isaacs, our SVP & Chief Human Resources Officer, has been included! Since joining The New Jewish Home in 2021, Tanya oversaw the successful renewal of collective bargaining agreements with four separate health care unions, launched a diversity and inclusion initiative, and successfully led efforts to recruit and retain nursing staff during a severe workforce shortage. Please join us in congratulating Tanya on this great achievement!Read More
Many essential components comprise an outstanding short-term rehabilitation program. Topnotch medical staff, advanced therapy regimens and carefully supervised nutrition, of course. But what about hospitality?Read More
Just a few months after becoming the assistant director of nursing, Jesus was asked to become the clinical lead at The New Jewish Home’s COVID-19 Recovery Unit.
Jesus Hernandez, who joined The New Jewish Home in 2012 as a nurse manager, stepped up in October 2020 to become assistant director of nursing. Just a few months later, while still adjusting to his new role, he was asked to take on another big challenge—to serve as the clinical lead of The New Jewish Home’s COVID-19 Recovery Unit.Read More
Currently, a Selectperson for the Town of Greenwich, Connecticut, Jill Oberlander is a longtime public servant, attorney and experienced leader in the nonprofit sector. Her diverse experience includes stints in New York City municipal government, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, the Alliance for Downtown New York, and several law firms.Read More
At The New Jewish Home’s COVID-19 Recovery Unit, a talented rehabilitation team, led by Lauren Raschen, helps patients regain their strength and resume their activities.Read More