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...

Jewish HomeLife Mandates Vaccine for Staff by October 4

Jewish HomeLife Mandates Vaccine for Staff by October 4 One of the only senior care organizations in Georgia authorized to administer the vaccine [Atlanta, GA] – In an Aug.15 letter, Jewish HomeLife President & CEO Harley Tabak and Chief Operating Officer Jeffrey...
New Year Message: Opportunities Upcoming in 5782

New Year Message: Opportunities Upcoming in 5782

What Opportunities Do I See in the Upcoming 5782 New Year? Harley Tabak, President & CEO My daughter, Abra, is an actor/comedienne in New York. She has a gift for finding humor in just about anything, and oftentimes at my expense. As the pandemic took over, I...
Lessons from Pandemic Reshaping Senior Living – Bob Bahr

Lessons from Pandemic Reshaping Senior Living – Bob Bahr

Interest in senior living in both nonprofit and commercial communities is on the rebound. Senior living communities, among the most at-risk segment of Atlanta’s population during the COVID-19 pandemic have begun to rebound and even rebuild as the threat of infection...
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