NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. -- United Hebrew of New Rochelle was recently recognized for providing superior care for its residents.
United Hebrew’s skilled nursing facility received the American College of Healthcare Administrators Eli Pick Facility Leadership award while also earning a place in the top tier of New York state’s nursing home rankings.
United was chosen for the Eli Pick award – an honor earned by fewer than 9 percent of nursing homes – based on several factors, including the low numbers of residents who report being in pain. Less than one percent of long-stay residents complained of pain in the first three quarters of last year, compared with 8.1 percent nationwide, for instance.
“It is good to have the validation of respected third parties affirming what we have always felt – that the care we deliver is done in the best possible way,” said Rita Mabli, president and CEO of United Hebrew. “Our health care professionals provide superior round-the-clock attention so that we are always aware of what our residents need.”
The skilled nursing facility is part of United Hebrew’s campus of care, which includes Burke Rehabilitation at United Hebrew, Willow Towers Assisted Living, memory care, independent senior housing, and home care.
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