We are proud to share here the recognitions and awards we have received from outside organizations, which validate that the care we provide is done in the best possible way.
5-star rating, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)
United Hebrew has earned the coveted CMS five-star rating for five consecutive years. The rating is based on health inspections, staff hours, and clinical outcomes. The five-star rating is achieved by only 22 percent of nursing homes nationwide.
“Best Nursing Home,” U.S. News & World Report
United Hebrew is named among the “Best Nursing Homes” in 2017 by U.S. News & World Report, a distinction we have earned for the past several years. Rankings rely on data from the consumer website Nursing Home Compare, run by CMS.
Ranked in 1st Quintile, New York State Quality Pool Indicators
United Hebrew has earned a place in the top tier of New York State’s nursing home rankings, based on quality, compliance, and efficiency measures.
Eli Pick Award, American College of Healthcare Administrators
This honor was presented to United Hebrew in 2016, and is given to top-performing skilled nursing facilities that earn excellent reviews by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid. The award is earned by fewer than nine percent of nursing homes nationwide.
National Association of Home Builders Platinum Achievement Award
Willow Towers Assisted Living was recognized for design excellence for its state-of-the-art facility, which includes a two-story, glass-enclosed dining atrium, community rooms, a 24-hour café, and the Phoenix Memory Care Neighborhood, a secure, specialized unit for residents with Alzheimer’s and related disorders.
Distinguished Service Award
Presented by Visiting Nurse Service of Westchester in 2015, this award recognized Rita Mabli, United Hebrew President and CEO, as a champion of senior citizens.
Golden Harvest Award
The Westchester Public/Private Partnership for Aging Services bestowed this honor in 2014 upon Rita Mabli, United Hebrew President and CEO, for her outstanding and lasting contributions to Westchester’s seniors.
Brother Arthur A. Loftus Award for Outstanding Achievement
Presented to Rita Mabli, United Hebrew President and CEO, by Iona College in 2009, the honor recognized Ms. Mabli as an alumnus who exhibited outstanding commitment to the college, and made lasting contributions to the geriatric care community.
Distinguished Leadership Award
This national honor was presented by the American College of Healthcare Administrators to Rita Mabli, United Hebrew President and CEO, for outstanding leadership of a healthcare organization.