Sandra Mundy has been named administrator of the Sarah Neuman Center in Mamaroneck, the Westchester campus of The New Jewish Home, the nursing home announced. She replaces Rita Morgan, the interim administrator who is retiring after 27 years of service at the center.
Appointed with the new administrator at the Sarah Neuman Center were Olivia Babol-Ibe as nursing director and Christina Giarratano as director of social work.
Mundy and Babol-Ibe come to Mamaroneck from The New Jewish Home’s Bronx campus. Giarratano worked at The New Jewish Home before joining the Methodist Home for Nursing and Rehabilitation in the Bronx.
In the center’s top post, Mundy will oversee a 300-bed facility whose 450-person staff cares for 1,000 elders each year through short-term rehabilitation, long-term nursing and a day center, according to the nursing home. She will also be responsible for various special programs, including Westchester’s first overnight respite program for people living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of severe dementia, and first elder residences, known as the Small Houses, based on the center’s Green House Project model of long-term care.