Miri Citron has been appointed program director for Senior Choice at Home, a program of the Jewish Home of Fairfield County that uses long-term care planning to help seniors stay in their own homes and protect their assets as healthcare needs change.
A senior business operations executive with more than 20 years of experience, Citron is a former administrator and board member of Bridgeport Health Care Center and Bridgeport Manor. Most recently, she launched the U.S. operations of The VitalGo Group, a medical equipment provider, and helped establish the east coast-based initiative of Koved Care, a home care management company. She also has experience in the hospitality industry with Israeli organizations Isrotel and Gan Hair.
“Miri’s wealth of experience and knowledge and her innovative thinking are a great fit for helping our senior community plan for their long-term needs,” said Andrew H. Banoff, the Home’s president and CEO announcing Citron’s appointment.
Citron received a Bachelor’s degree in psychology from Bar-Ilan University in Israel and a Master’s in organizational management from Tel-Aviv University. She also holds a licensure in health systems management from the University of Connecticut.