Nicole Cash, SkillSpring Director, Talks About This Life-Changing Program
The New Jewish Home’s SkillSpring program is changing young people’s lives while also addressing the growing need for healthcare professionals.
No Place Like Home for Eric Dietz, Sarah Neuman’s Director of Therapeutic Recreation & Meaning
There’s something especially gratifying about a homecoming story, and that is certainly the case for Eric Dietz, the Director of Therapeutic Recreation and Meaning at The New Jewish Home, Sarah Neuman.
CFO, Mark Weiss Interviewed in American Healthcare Leader
Learn more about The New Jewish Home’s Chief Financial Officer, Mark Weiss as he is interviewed in American Healthcare Leader. His unique expertise from a finance and operations point of view helps him accomplish the New Jewish Home’s mission to empower older adults to enhance their purpose and well-being through a portfolio of innovative healthcare services.Read More
Healing Wounds Through Patient-Centered Care
Passionate about helping people heal, Karla Dyson, RN, leads The New Jewish Home Manhattan’s wound care program.
Manhattan Administrator Sandra Mundy receives awards from McKnight’s and United Hospital Fund
Recently, McKnight’s announced its 2022 Veteran VIP class for its Women of Distinction awards, and Sandra Mundy, Manhattan Administrator, was one of twelve women leaders in the country to receive this honor. Additionally, earlier this month, Sandra was notified that she will receive the United Hospital Fund’s Tribute to Excellence in Health Care Award on May 9 at Cipriani. Please join us in congratulating and celebrating Sandra!
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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
Recognizing Our Staff – Freddy Valentin
The Association of Jewish Aging Services (AJAS) has selected our Associate Systems Administrator Freddy Valentin as its 2022 Humanitarian of the Year. Thank you to Karen Flam and Don Shulman of AJAS, for coming to The New Jewish Home to surprise Freddy with the good news! Freddy was chosen for demonstrating compassion and courage while going beyond his regular job duties and volunteering in the nursing home during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. His dedication to our mission inspired many colleagues to follow his path and volunteer as well. Please join us in congratulating Freddy on this well-deserved achievement!Read More
Focus on Hospitality Elevates the Patient Experience
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