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
Chronic back pain plagued Marjorie for years. After she finally had surgery, a month of high-quality rehabilitation from warm, caring therapists at The New Jewish Home, Sarah Neuman put her on the comeback trail.Read More
We were delighted to host Senator Kirsten Gillibrand at our Manhattan campus to meet with students and alumni of our Geriatrics Career Development (GCD) Program! We’re proud to serve hundreds of NYC youth each year. Expanding GCD would help even more young people throughout New York State and beyond pursue rewarding careers and help alleviate the health care workforce shortage. We sincerely thank Senator Gillibrand for taking the time to learn more about GCD and engage with our participants, staff and older adult residents.
The therapists in our Speech-Language and Swallowing Disorders department help stroke patients regain vital abilities so they can get well and go home.Read More
Assistant Medical Director Dr. Stephanie Le Instills Collaboration in our Team of Mount Sinai Physicians and Nurse Practitioners
Stephanie Le always aspired to be a doctor like her father, a radiologist who worked for the U.S. Army. And she quickly found that geriatrics was the specialty for her. She did her residency in internal medicine at Boston University, which has a strong geriatrics program. “I love working with older people,” she said. “They are great to talk to, they tell wonderful stories, and they are grateful for the care. When I applied for fellowships, I focused on New York and I was fortunate to get into Mount Sinai for geriatric and palliative care.”Read More
Solutions at Home and Beverly Williams Set Up Support for Older Adults to Comfortably and Safely Age at Home
Under the leadership of Director of Nursing Beverly Williams, Solutions at Home makes it possible for older adults to age at home, filling in where family members would if they could — making sure there are groceries and other supplies in the house, coordinating doctors’ visits and providing transportation to appointments, navigating the complexities of health care systems, and more.Read More