Harley Tabak Letter to the Editor: Atlanta Jewish Times

Harley Tabak Letter to the Editor: Atlanta Jewish Times

Letter to the Editor: Atlanta Jewish Times As I transition to CEO Emeritus of Jewish HomeLife April 1st, and full retirement December 31st, I have thought a lot about the changes I have seen in my 43-year career caring for older adults, and what I expect will occur in...
Jeffrey A. Gopen Becomes CEO of Jewish HomeLife

Jeffrey A. Gopen Becomes CEO of Jewish HomeLife

On April 1, 2022 Chief Operating Officer Jeffrey A. Gopen became the new President & CEO of Jewish HomeLife following the retirement of longtime CEO Harley Tabak. The move follows the announcement in January that Tabak would step down in April, becoming the CEO...
5 Delicious Ways to Make Good Decisions

5 Delicious Ways to Make Good Decisions

    In honor of March being National Nutrition Month, The William Breman Jewish Home’s Registered Dietitian and Nutritionist, Julane R. Contursi, MS, RDN, LD, offers some tips for eating healthier. Eating healthy can feel like a journey. Harvard Health...
Jewish HomeLife Names New CEO

Jewish HomeLife Names New CEO

Jewish HomeLife Names New CEO Jeffrey A. Gopen to succeed longtime CEO Harley Tabak in April 2022  ATLANTA (Jan. 10, 2022) Jewish HomeLife President and CEO Harley Tabak will retire at the end of 2022 after two decades of extraordinary service. The senior care...

Jewish HomeLife is Fully Vaccinated!

Jewish HomeLife is Fully Vaccinated! Leading The Way in Safety: Oct. 4 Mandate Recognized as Huge Success [Nov. 5, 2021 – Atlanta, GA] All staff in the Jewish HomeLife network is now vaccinated for COVID-19, surpassing local and national averages for senior care...
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