More about Elderwood Health Plan –
Part of the Full Continuum of Care

Elderwood Health Plan leverages Elderwood’s long-established expertise in long-term and subacute care throughout Western New York with its 17 facilities, 2,800 beds and 4,000 employees. Elderwood is well known to, and highly regarded by, the hospitals and physician groups in the communities that each location serves. Elderwood Health Plan brings this level and quality of coverage to the home care setting, enhancing the full continuum of care.

We are committed to bringing our members the care and resources they need. By partnering with New York State, Elderwood Health Plan fulfills this commitment through accessible, cost-effective long-term care services that help members live independently in their homes and communities for as long as possible. We promote choice in health care by directly involving members in planning, while offering a wide range of long-term care services and solutions.


image003Warren Cole

Co-Chief Executive Officer

A co-founder of Post Acute Partners, Warren Cole began his career in health care in 2000 with the acquisition of 78 facilities from Meditrust Inc. He spent the next decade acquiring and investing/managing additional facilities and health care service companies, including Aveta, Inc., a Medicare Advantage company.

For 11 years, Mr. Cole was president of Macklowe Properties, a New York City development company, where he was responsible for acquisitions and finance. He also handled corporate debt restructuring and real estate finance during seven years at Chase Manhattan Bank.

Mr. Cole is a graduate of Brandeis University where he earned a degree in economics and membership in Phi Beta Kappa.  He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Bank Leumi


image005Dr. Jeffery Rubin

Co-Chief Executive Officer

A co-founder of Post Acute Partners, Dr. Rubin previously was president of Millennium Healthcare, a skilled nursing and assisted living provider in Bergen County, New Jersey. He also developed the state’s first LTACH (long term acute care hospital).

Millennium was the predecessor of Care One/Healthbridge, which Dr. Rubin also co-founded. As a managing principal for 12 years, he oversaw operations, clinical services, clinical reimbursement and provider relationships. More than 75 skilled nursing, assisted living and LTACH facilities reported to Dr. Rubin, as did the company’s ancillary hospice, institutional pharmacy and home health business lines.

Dr. Rubin earned a D.M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Dental School and was an endodontist in private practice for 15 years.