It’s been 128 days since Larry Kelly has been able to hug his wife. At one point, he was considered the sickest patient at Mount Sinai. Today, he is known as “Miracle Larry” and has been discharged from The New Jewish Home in Manhattan to return home to his family.

Read his amazing story of recovery in The New York Times.

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.