Earlier this year, the New York State Health Department announced it would pursue a change in Medicaid reimbursements that would effectively cut nearly a quarter billion dollars in funding to hundreds of nonprofit nursing homes. As a mission-focused provider that has been proudly serving the community since 1848, we faced a choice: stand up to these cuts and fight for thousands of nursing home residents in New York State, or do nothing and jeopardize the quality of care they depend on. We chose to fight.Continue Reading Medicaid Cuts on the Line
CRAIN’S HEALTH PULSE NY: “Westchester providers ink long-term rehabilitation partnership”
OCTOBER 2, 2019 05:30 AM
Burke Rehabilitation Hospital and the New Jewish Home, Sarah Neuman have formed a long-term strategic partnership focused on rehabilitation services.Continue Reading CRAIN’S HEALTH PULSE NY:
“Dementia Reimagined”: A Lecture by Dr. Tia Powell
Westchester residents brave thunderstorms to attend The New Jewish Home’s 20th Annual Stein Lecture on Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease
By Clare Kelly, Neighbor
June 3, 2019, 2:42 PM ET
On Thursday, May 30, almost 100 Westchester residents braved the rain, wind and severe thunderstorms to attend The New Jewish Home’s 20th Annual Stein Lecture on Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease at the Sarah Neuman Campus in Mamaroneck. The New Jewish Home is a comprehensive, mission-driven healthcare system serving older New Yorkers since 1848.
Festival of Passover Honored at The New Jewish Home
The New Jewish Home, Manhattan, hosted a Seder for residents to honor the first night of the festival of Passover. As one of our well-attended and anticipated events, I’m pleased to share that this year, our Passover Seder reached a much broader audience. Three major TV news outlets featured the event (NBC 4, ABC 7 and Fox 5), as well as WPIX 11 and NTDTV (New Tang Dynasty Television).
Dominga Marquez: Knitting Hobbyist from The New Jewish Home Senior Housing Helps Others Despite Setback
By Pat Kiernan
Published 7:18 AM ET MAR. 04, 2019
Things don’t come as easily as they once did for Dominga Marquez. The 76-year-old suffered a stroke four years ago – she collapsed on her way to church.
“I didn’t know what was happening, where I was, and then I was very scared,” Marquez recalled.