Chris Franklin, CEO Aqua America
Chris Franklin, CEO Aqua America
 Pennsylvania Ballet dancer Jermel Tavon Johnson
 Physical Medicine Doctors see patients upon admittance to Emergency Rooms to better prepare for rehabilitation.
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 STOCK Hiking and Fitness
Rachel Johnston is the model
Wissahickon/Forbidden Drive/Fairmount Park  Philadelphia, PA
by Kyle Kielinski - Merion Photographic
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 Student Lacrosse athlete at Franklin Field, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
 Daniel Barber in his office.
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 Elizabeth "Ebee" Price - gymnast and potential Olympic athlete Summer 2012
Photographed at Parkette's in Allentown, PA
jaywizzle.jpg
 Photographed for Penn Parents magazine.
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 Spring day around the Morris Arboretum
Trouseau Style Shoot5547_final.jpg
WSPDeGuzman_Cornelius-6.jpg
 University of Pennsylvania Alum Shadrack Frimpong speaking at the Perry World House
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AJ copy.jpg
PennMedStudent.jpg
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 PT 2-22-10
Details: Audrey O. Waters - Director of Public Relations (out of the country until January 19)
Metropolitan Jewish Health System
6323 Seventh Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11220-4711

Audrey Waters
Tel: (718) 759-4677 Fax: (718) 630-2565 www.mjhs.org

Alt PR contact: Michael Madole

Writing the story: Kathleen Waton


Physical therapists in the HomeFirst program help Medicaid eligible patients remain safe and functioning at home

Those are just a couple of examples of many instances in which physical therapists in Metropolitan Jewish Health System's HomeFirst program are making a difference in the lives of their patients.
HomeFirst is a managed care long-term care plan designed for Medicaid-eligible residents in New York City with chronic or disabling conditions. The program currently provides services for more than 3,200 members in the five boroughs.
When members enroll, they are assigned a nurse health partner to help coordinate home care needs with a multidisciplinary team which includes physical therapists.
9822-1 (1).jpg
 HX 8-07 Cover 
H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Hospital
Tampa, FL
kielinski_ethan_test_sept2017-442.jpg
Chris Franklin, CEO Aqua America
Chris Franklin, CEO Aqua AmericaOn site portrait session with Aqua America CEO Chris Franklin
 Pennsylvania Ballet dancer Jermel Tavon Johnson
Pennsylvania Ballet dancer Jermel Tavon Johnson
 Physical Medicine Doctors see patients upon admittance to Emergency Rooms to better prepare for rehabilitation.
Physical Medicine Doctors see patients upon admittance to Emergency Rooms to better prepare for rehabilitation.
Linettekielinski_torres_kungfu-136.jpg
trousseacomposite.jpg
BK2.jpg
Kielinski_ Damon1760.jpg
JayFeinschil_curves.jpg
Rachel Rubin Landes9849.jpg
HA070108_PH_covGold_KK_0340.jpg
062118kielinski_troi_babyJourney12.jpg
jacquiWEB.jpg
 STOCK Hiking and Fitness
Rachel Johnston is the model
Wissahickon/Forbidden Drive/Fairmount Park  Philadelphia, PA
by Kyle Kielinski - Merion Photographic
STOCK Hiking and Fitness Rachel Johnston is the model Wissahickon/Forbidden Drive/Fairmount Park Philadelphia, PA by Kyle Kielinski - Merion Photographic
mummers3.jpg
RS1711_LeeDoty_2.jpg
 Student Lacrosse athlete at Franklin Field, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Student Lacrosse athlete at Franklin Field, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
 Daniel Barber in his office.
Daniel Barber in his office.
ronin_stuffies2web.jpg
DIVA7258_final.jpg
LKielinski_MaryAnn_jan17-509.jpg
LMK_3517.jpg
Kormans.jpg
 Elizabeth "Ebee" Price - gymnast and potential Olympic athlete Summer 2012
Photographed at Parkette's in Allentown, PA
Elizabeth "Ebee" Price - gymnast and potential Olympic athlete Summer 2012 Photographed at Parkette's in Allentown, PA
jaywizzle.jpg
 Photographed for Penn Parents magazine.
Photographed for Penn Parents magazine.
051317kielinski_Grays861.jpg
 Spring day around the Morris Arboretum
Spring day around the Morris Arboretum
Trouseau Style Shoot5547_final.jpg
WSPDeGuzman_Cornelius-6.jpg
 University of Pennsylvania Alum Shadrack Frimpong speaking at the Perry World House
University of Pennsylvania Alum Shadrack Frimpong speaking at the Perry World House
Roro.jpg
RS1707_BobLevy_2.jpg
020618kielinski_PENN_Libraries_335.jpg
AJ copy.jpg
PennMedStudent.jpg
_KBK8099.jpg
 PT 2-22-10
Details: Audrey O. Waters - Director of Public Relations (out of the country until January 19)
Metropolitan Jewish Health System
6323 Seventh Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11220-4711

Audrey Waters
Tel: (718) 759-4677 Fax: (718) 630-2565 www.mjhs.org

Alt PR contact: Michael Madole

Writing the story: Kathleen Waton


Physical therapists in the HomeFirst program help Medicaid eligible patients remain safe and functioning at home

Those are just a couple of examples of many instances in which physical therapists in Metropolitan Jewish Health System's HomeFirst program are making a difference in the lives of their patients.
HomeFirst is a managed care long-term care plan designed for Medicaid-eligible residents in New York City with chronic or disabling conditions. The program currently provides services for more than 3,200 members in the five boroughs.
When members enroll, they are assigned a nurse health partner to help coordinate home care needs with a multidisciplinary team which includes physical therapists.
PT 2-22-10 Details: Audrey O. Waters - Director of Public Relations (out of the country until January 19) Metropolitan Jewish Health System 6323 Seventh Avenue Brooklyn, NY 11220-4711 Audrey Waters Tel: (718) 759-4677 Fax: (718) 630-2565 www.mjhs.org Alt PR contact: Michael Madole Writing the story: Kathleen Waton Physical therapists in the HomeFirst program help Medicaid eligible patients remain safe and functioning at home Those are just a couple of examples of many instances in which physical therapists in Metropolitan Jewish Health System's HomeFirst program are making a difference in the lives of their patients. HomeFirst is a managed care long-term care plan designed for Medicaid-eligible residents in New York City with chronic or disabling conditions. The program currently provides services for more than 3,200 members in the five boroughs. When members enroll, they are assigned a nurse health partner to help coordinate home care needs with a multidisciplinary team which includes physical therapists.
9822-1 (1).jpg
 HX 8-07 Cover 
H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Hospital
Tampa, FL
HX 8-07 Cover H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Hospital Tampa, FL
kielinski_ethan_test_sept2017-442.jpg
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