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MJGC Welcomes New Administrator-in-Training Shlomo Katz
Date:9/17/2007

NEW YORK, Sept. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Shlomo Katz has joined Metropolitan Jewish Geriatric Center (MJGC) as an Administrator-in-Training under the supervision of Esther Spiegel, Executive Vice President. In this capacity, Mr. Katz will be learning all aspects of the administration, direction and maintenance of a skilled nursing facility. During his training, he will work closely with various departments and programs, from housekeeping to physical therapy and admissions. Mr. Katz brings five years of experience managing an Ohel Bais Ezra residence, as well as one year of experience as the Program Director of Atria Senior Living Group's Alzheimer's Unit. Mr. Katz earned his bachelor's degree in Psychology and his master's degree in Health Care Management, both from Tauro College in Brooklyn.

"I am very happy to have Shlomo on board," said Esther Spiegel, Executive Vice President, Inpatient Operations. "As an administrator-in-training, I hope that he will learn a great deal about the operations of a skilled nursing facility, and use his knowledge to improve the lives of our residents."

MJGC is a participating agency of Metropolitan Jewish Health System. Metropolitan is a recognized leader in the field of integrated health care. Metropolitan's participating agencies and programs have a century of health care experience and serve over 40,000 individuals and their families in the Greater Metropolitan New York area. The services of Metropolitan include Managed Care, Home Care, Hospice, Palliative Care, Skilled Nursing Facilities, Independent Living, Adult Day Health Care and Research.

For more information, call (718) 921-7601 or visit http://www.mjhs.org.


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