Hospitals and Health Institutions Brooklyn Convalescent The Brooklyn Jewish Home for Convalescents was founded in 1921 to serve people who were recovering from long-term illnesses. Brooklyn Convalescent The Home included separate wings for men and women and also had a kosher kitchen. L. Levy Memorial Hospital The Leon Levy Memorial Hospital was established in 1914 as a Jewish hospital in Hot Springs, Arkansas. L. Levy Memorial Hospital The Leon Levy Memorial Hospital continues to operate today, serving as a center for physical rehabilitation and psychiatric care. JCRS The Jewish Consumptives’ Relief Society was a sanatorium founded in Denver, Colorado by eastern European Jewish immigrants. JCRS (Denver, CO) The JCRS provided treatment for a number of Yiddish poets, including Yehoash and H. Leyvik.