The Jeffrey and Susan Brudnick Center for Living, part of Chelsea Jewish Lifecare, is pleased to acknowledge Dr. Ron Rosen for his outstanding work. Dr. Rosen recently received a certificate from The Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine (AMDA) in honor of National Day of Recognition for Long-Term Care Physicians. This impressive certificate recognizes the dedication, compassion and quality of care that Dr. Rosen has provided to the long-term residents at the Brudnick Center.

“We are so proud to have Dr. Rubin taking care of our residents,” said Betsy Mullen, COO of Chelsea Jewish Lifecare. “His hard work and devotion are an inspiration to all of us. It’s no wonder they are beloved by residents and staff alike.”

The United States Congress designated this special day in 2010 to honor AMDA founder Dr. William Dowd. Dr. Dowd recognized that residents of nursing homes were patients with complex medical problems and that physicians needed to be involved in establishing the standards of management and clinical care for the frail elderly and other residents in long-term care facilities.

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