A New Electronic Health Records System is Enhancing The New Jewish Home’s Ability to Provide Care for Older Adults
The new system enhances experiences for staff and patients alike. Thanks to dedicated staff and careful planning, the transition went smoothly and the new platform is up and running.Read More
The New Jewish Home’s SkillSpring program is changing young people’s lives while also addressing the growing need for healthcare professionals.
Cardiac rehabilitation is an important step in recovering from a serious heart condition or surgery. Knowing what to expect before starting a cardiac rehab program can help patients and their loved ones feel more confident about the course of treatment. We’ll explain what cardiac rehabilitation is, how to prepare, and common goals for recovery.Read More
We were delighted to host the Speaker of the New York City Council Adrienne Adams and Council Member Shaun Abreu at our Manhattan campus to meet with residents, staff and discuss SkillSpring, our healthcare workforce solution. Formerly known as the Geriatrics Career Development program, SkillSpring currently trains hundreds of underserved NYC young adults pursuing rewarding careers in health care each year. We plan to expand the program to serve more young adults and alleviate the healthcare workforce shortage.Read More
Leeada Durant, RN, Recognized for Outstanding and Dedicated Service to Humanity by Chi Eta Phi Nursing Sorority
Sarah Neuman’s Assistant Director of Nursing is honored for her contributions to the field of nursing and her work in underserved communities.Read More