Dedication From Top To Bottom

From the executive office to our dedicated field and satellite staff, Revival is committed to professionalism and sensitivity to answer the needs of our clients.

  • Isaac Soskin, CEO

    IsaacIsaac brings over two decades of experience in finance, business and health care to Revival. Under his stewardship, the roster of patients served, has grown enormously. The only son of holocaust survivor parents, Isaac was born in Brooklyn and educated at the finest Yeshivas. As an ordained Rabbi, he devotes many hours of his time to the community. He received his undergraduate degree in Business Administration and Public Accounting from Baruch College and has a Master’s in Computer Science.
    After a few years working in public accounting, Isaac was recruited to head the financial department in a newly formed ambulance company. The business thrived as he utilized his financial acumen and keen understanding of human resources to build the company into a multi-million dollar firm. His compassion for the elderly, ill and infirm as well as his honed business skills, led him to a position as administrator in a psychiatric care adult home, where he developed an expertise in the medical protocols for mental illness.
In 2005, Isaac joined Revival as the Chief Executive Officer. He is responsible for the fiscal and managerial day to day operation, overseeing a staff of over 100 people. As an Orthodox Jew and the child of survivors, Isaac is sincerely committed to the holocaust survivor population and the broad based Jewish population Revival serves. “Home care is a great service for people who are aging. They can stay at home, where they are the most comfortable,” he says, “yet they are having all their medical needs taken care of. But they need good support from family and the home care agency that cares for them.”
    The greatest challenge to providing great care, he feels, is the shortage of health professionals. “We are always recruiting. Skilled care at home is the best solution—but you need the right caregivers to deliver that care.” Like many of his colleagues, Isaac is involved on a personal level with the patients Revival serves. Indeed, he spends a good part of his day helping people with advice on a myriad of health issues. “All of us at Revival don’t regard this as a business only. I personally spend a great deal of time talking to family members and dealing with their crises. It’s a big responsibility but one we take very seriously.”
    When looking at Revival’s future, Isaac sees a need to develop a psychiatric program that will deal with the medical issues that mentally ill patients face. Community education is also a high priority as Isaac plans to reach out to the communities Revival serves with information that will help them understand their health needs better and navigate the health care system more easily. In addition, a strong priority is working with managed care companies to acknowledge that as the baby boomer generation ages, there needs to be a better reimbursement process for caring for those who need care at home.
    Married with five children and “a few grandchildren”, Isaac sees his role as much greater than earning a living. “Revival’s mission is to serve the community. My personal mission and biggest dream in life is to take care of older people. It gives me the greatest sense of satisfaction to know that while I’m here earning my salary, I can do good for people.”

  • Rabbi Spitzer

    Bio coming soon…

  • A Full Range of Services

    Skilled registered nurses
    Home health aides
    Physical & occupational therapy
    Speech/language pathology
    High tech/infusion therapy
    Medical social service
    Medical supplies & equipment