Hon. Pearl Quarles, New Rochelle resident and member of the Board of Directors of United Hebrew of New Rochelle, recently received the Humanitarian Award for her outstanding service in the community at the Westchester Public/Private Partnership for Aging Services Golden Harvest Breakfast. United Hebrew is a leading continuum of care campus including skilled nursing, short-term rehabilitation, Willow Towers assisted living and home health care. Ms. Quarles was the first African-American woman to serve as a Westchester County Legislator and has led many charitable and philanthropic organizations.
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About United Hebrew of New Rochelle
The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Campus
United Hebrew is a vibrant not-for-profit, non-sectarian, multi-service senior living campus serving the Westchester metropolitan area since 1919. United Hebrew offers a rich array of skilled and community-based programs and services that encourages and supports a life of dignity and spirituality and promotes the highest possible quality of life. United Hebrew serves over 600 clients daily in its Harry and Jeanette Weinberg campus facilities -- Willow Towers, The Beverly and Alfred J. Green Pavilion, a 126-unit licensed assisted living residence which has the SNALR Phoenix unit as one of the first in the county to receive the certification from New York State Dept of Health to cater to residents with Alzheimer’s & related disorders in a special needs assisted living residence; a 296-bed nursing and rehabilitation center staffed with Burke Rehabilitation professionals; the 135-unit Soundview Apartments for seniors; a Long Term Home Health Care Program; and the AZOR Home Health Agency. United Hebrew recently opened its new home, which combines world class care with state-of-the-art features.