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Vol. 7, Issue 6
June 2019
Connecting the Community to the Latest in Rehabilitation, News and Events

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Burke Celebrates New Musculoskeletal Center in The Bronx with Montefiore
Burke Award Dinner Raises Nearly $150,000 for New Neurorehabilitation Gym
Burke's Janet Goodman Honored by Brain Injury Association of New York
Aphasia Should Not Equal Invisibility
Burke’s Marsal Caregiver Center Celebrates One Year Since Opening
Burke's Adaptive Sports Program Selected as New Chapter of Disabled Sports USA
Iona Business School's Summer Institute Learns the Business of Healthcare at Burke
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The Burke Award is conferred upon an individual or group who has made significant contributions to the field of rehabilitation, either through personal achievements, the development of research or the establishment of programs and facilities to assist individuals with disabilities.
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Burke Celebrates New Musculoskeletal Center in The Bronx with Montefiore
Burke President and CEO Jeff Menkes (fourth from left) was joined by Montefiore Medicine CEO and President Dr. Steven M. Safyer as well as several other Montefiore officials at the ribbon-cutting for the new Musculoskeletal Center in the Bronx...
Burke Award Dinner Raises Nearly $150,000 for New Neurorehabilitation Gym
Burke Rehabilitation Hospital raised over $148,000 for its new rehabilitation gym at this year’s Burke Award Dinner, held on June 6 at the Brae Burn Country Club in Purchase, N.Y...
Burke's Janet Goodman Honored by Brain Injury Association of New York
Burke social worker/care manager Janet Goodman was honored as a "Silent Angel" by the Brain Injury Association of New York State (BIANYS) at a recent conference in Saratoga. The award recognizes those who make it possible for others to be in the forefront of BIANYS' activities.
Aphasia Should Not Equal Invisibility
Verbalizing our thoughts and being understood is something most of us take for granted. It’s easy to order a cup of coffee, to make a doctor appointment, to ask for thinly sliced turkey at the deli. Communicating with others is effortless, as long as we speak the same language.
Burke’s Marsal Caregiver Center Celebrates One Year Since Opening
It’s been a full year since the Marsal Caregiver Center opened its doors at Burke—and its effects are palpable, reverberating throughout the hospital, from the caregivers themselves to the entire patient experience...
Burke's Adaptive Sports Program Selected as New Chapter of Disabled Sports USA
Burke Rehabilitation Hospital’s Adaptive Sports Program was recently selected to be a new chapter of Disabled Sports USA (DSUSA...
Iona Business School's Summer Institute Learns the Business of Healthcare at Burke
Assistant Director of the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine for the Montefiore Health System Hudson Valley Region Angel Herrera (back row, left), President and CEO Jeff Menkes (back row second from left) and Senior Vice President and CFO Scott Edelman (back row, center) joined with the Iona...
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