NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. - United Hebrew of New Rochelle has moved its Long Term Home Health Care Program and health agency to new offices.
We are thrilled to have all of our service divisions under one continuum of care location on our Pelham Road campus, said President and CEO of United Hebrew Rita Mabil. This allows our customers easier access and a more efficient coordination of care for those living in our residences and in the community, she said.
The United Hebrew Long Term Home Health Care and the AZOR Licensed Home Health Agency have moved their offices to the campus. An open house was held to celebrate the move to the new offices at 391 Pelham Road in New Rochelle.
The program offers options for those requiring skilled services by enabling them to receive care in their own home under the supervision of their physician and the United Hebrew coordinated health care team. Chronically ill or disabled Westchester County residents who are under a physicians care and can safely remain at home with part-time services are eligible.
Home Health Services plays a major role in helping people to age in place at home and stay independent, said registered nurse and Director of Marketing for United Hebrew of New Rochelle Eileen Clayton. We are meeting the great demand for additional services as the aging population grows, she said.
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