Miriam Kra is a seasoned Medical Case Manager who has revolutionized care for geriatric and special needs people living in Israel. Her list of clients has ranged from the independent elderly to adult children with psychiatric and physical disabilities to Holocaust survivors as and even other medical professionals now in need of Case Management. Familiar to staff in Jerusalem’s hospitals and medical establishments, Mrs. Kra and her associates efficiently cut through bureaucratic “red tape” which enhances the quality of care for her clients.
Mrs. Kra’s Case Management plans are specifically custom tailored for each client’s needs with special attention and care to every detail including fiscal management if needed. Client dignity and autonomy are hallmarks of her reputation as the most coveted Medical Case Manager in Israel. As Executive Director of the Jerusalem School of Medical Case Management, Mrs. Kra brings with her a team of highly trained staff and students to assist her with her clients.
Diane Jesurun grew up in Curacao, Netherlands Antilles. She has a BS in Biochemistry from Tulane University. Dr. Jesurun graduated from Rotterdam’s Erasmus University Medical School in 1987. Prior to fulfilling her residency requirements, Dr. Jesurun obtained hands on experience in assessing medical disabilities. She completed a three year residency, specializing in family medicine. She managed her own private practice in the Netherlands for almost 25 years, treating patients of all ages in every field of medicine, including but not limited to cardiology, neurology, dermatology and geriatric care. Dr. Jesurun is licensed by the Ministry of Health in Israel. She is fluent in English, Spanish and Dutch. As a medical practitioner, Dr. Jesurun gives patients her full attention, listening to their concerns and responding with empathy and kindness.
Jay Hait is an attorney with over twenty years experience and is admitted to the bar in New York State and in Israel. Jay and all of the attorneys that work in his office focus on family law related issues . This means that they help people with divorce and mediation; wills and estates; representing people in guardianship cases; and with the recent change in Israeli law, preparing and executing advanced health care proxies (or durable powers of attorney). With offices in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Raanana, Haifa, and Binyamina, Jay and his staff focus on helping Anglo Israeli clients to navigate through the complex bureaucracy of the Israeli family law system.