Michael N. Rosenblut, President and CEO, Parker Jewish Institute for Health Care and Rehabilitation

 Michael N. Rosenblut, President and CEO, Parker Jewish Institute for Health Care and Rehabilitation

Michael N. Rosenblut is president and CEO of Parker Jewish Institute, where he is responsible for the overall executive leadership and strategic direction of this post-acute care organization, one of the largest in the region.

He is the founding chairman of the board of managers for AgeWell New York, a licensed Medicare Advantage Plan and Medicaid Advantage Plus Plan, in New York State. He is president and CEO of Queens-Long Island Renal Institute, a state-of-the-art dialysis center.

In December 2020, the Queens-Long Island Renal Institute Inc., partnered with PRINE Health, opening a Vascular Center, offering advanced vascular services.

The center and QLIRI – which provides patients with safe, comfortable hemodialysis treatments – further Parker’s ability to expand access to essential healthcare services. In March 2022, QLIRI began offering home dialysis.

Protecting the region in the pandemic, Mr. Rosenblut simplified accessing COVID-19 vaccines for Parker and the surrounding community.

He ensured online scheduling for vaccine appointments, backed by telephone support. Now, Parker’s mobile vaccine unit enables easy access for the homebound, and community organizations, whose members would otherwise struggle to get vaccinated.

He and Parker’s research and grants division expanded Parker At Your Door, a Medical House Call program that allows older adults access to health care in the comfort of their homes for those living in Brooklyn, Queens, Nassau, and Suffolk – and soon, Westchester.

While encouraging mentoring at Parker, Mr. Rosenblut himself is an active mentor, offering guidance within the healthcare sector, its career paths and problem-solving strategies. At Parker, Mr. Rosenblut is always on the lookout for opportunities, where team members can take part in professional development and be recognized for their efforts.

Mr. Rosenblut is a past vice president of Congregation Emanu-El of Westchester and serves as a member of the Board of Directors at the Westchester Medical Center and Good Samaritan Hospital, both part of WMC Health.

Mr. Rosenblut has been widely recognized for his commitment to health care for older adults, including most recently via the Long Island Business News’ Power 30 Healthcare list, Crain’s Notables in Health Care list, Long Island Herald Excellence in HealthCare Award, City and State Non Profit 100 List and by LeadingAgeNY, an organization representing the entire continuum of not-for-profit, mission-driven and public continuing care.

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