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United Hebrew Announces Memory Care Expansion

United Hebrew of New Rochelle is expanding its memory care facility in New Rochelle, Rita Mabli, president & CEO announced today. The project includes 16 new apartments to be built on the garden level at Willow Gardens – The Patricia and Malcolm H. Lazarus Pavilion, nationally recognized for its commitment to quality care. Construction is… Continue reading United Hebrew Announces Memory Care Expansion

Smiles, Tears as Family Reunites After a Year Apart

It’s been over a year since Josefina and Edwin Catedrilla have been able to see their son, Cyril, 45. Diagnosed with COVID-19 in March 2020, Cyril, who was at risk of severe illness due to an underlying condition, was admitted to Mount Sinai Hospital. He had to be intubated and placed into an induced coma… Continue reading Smiles, Tears as Family Reunites After a Year Apart

Bringing Hope and Happiness to United Hebrew’s Campus

In early January, we began administering the COVID-19 vaccine to our residents and staff in early January. Through our strategic partnerships with CVS and Pharmscript, residents and staff in our skilled nursing home, assisted living, and memory care communities have already received or are scheduled to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. The health and safety of… Continue reading Bringing Hope and Happiness to United Hebrew’s Campus