Given our positive experience delivering the Green House model’s person-directed care at our small houses on our Westchester campus, we reached out to the Green House Project to advocate for the expansion of its care model. We are excited to share that The New Jewish Home, Manhattan, recently obtained trademark use approval from the Green House Project to create the first purpose-built Green House community for post-acute care.

 “As we embark on building a state of the art Rehabilitation and Community Healthcare Center on The New Jewish Home’s Manhattan campus, we look forward to partnering and innovating with the Green House Project to introduce the benefits of person-directed care to a growing segment of older adults who need post-acute care,” Jeffrey I. Farber, MD, president and CEO of The New Jewish Home told the McKnight’s Business Daily

Read the full article from McKnight’s Senior Living here.

The New Jewish Home’s award-winning short-term rehabilitation programs and post-acute care in Manhattan and Westchester help patients get well, go home and get back to doing what they love.

Our Manhattan campus offers three centers for specialty rehabilitation care, including our Orthopedic Rehabilitation Center in partnership with Mount Sinai Health System, our Cardiac Rehabilitation Center with NYU Langone Medical Center, and the Center for Speech, Language, and Swallowing Disorders. Learn more about The New Jewish Home’s services and locations, including skilled nursing and adult day care.