About Hebrew SeniorLife

About Hebrew SeniorLife

A National Leader in the Field of Senior Care

We are a non-profit, non-sectarian organization that has provided communities and health care for seniors, research into aging, and education for geriatric care providers since 1903.

With 2,400 employees aligned around a common mission, goals and cultural beliefs, we are one of the largest employers in Massachusetts.

We care for 3,000 seniors a day at our eight Boston area campuses and communities. We reach untold more seniors, families, caregivers and senior care professionals around the U.S. and the world through our research and teaching mission.

Our Institute for Aging Research challenges assumptions about aging and replaces them with new, evidence-based realities founded on the results of rigorous scientific enquiry.

Each year, we train more than 700 students, interns, residents and fellows in multiple geriatric disciplines to prepare them to be the clinicians, leaders, researchers and policy-makers of tomorrow.

Hebrew SeniorLife provides a comprehensive continuum of senior living communities and health care that promotes the best quality of life possible for residents, patients and seniors in the Greater Boston community. We invite you to come visit us at one of our eight campuses.

Health Care

Hebrew Rehabilitation Center -- a Harvard Medical School teaching affiliate that provides the following inpatient services:
Medical Acute Care Unit (MACU) -- providing extended medical and rehabilitative care for seniors with complex medical conditions in a long-term acute care hospital setting.
Rehabilitative Services Unit (RSU) -- providing short-term, post-acute care in a skilled nursing setting.
Long-Term Care – providing long-term care on two campuses in Boston and on the NewBridge on the Charles campus in Dedham.
Call 877-822-4722 for more information or referral/admission to any of our inpatient services. Visit Hebrew Rehabilitation Center Admissions.

Hebrew SeniorLife Community Health Services
Hebrew SeniorLife Medical Group providing primary & specialty medical care is available to Hebrew SeniorLife  residents at Orchard Cove, NewBridge on the Charles and Center Communities of Brookline. The practice located in the Sloane Family/Century Bank Primary & Specialty Care Clinic at 100 Centre Street in Brookline also accepts non-resident patients from the greater community.

Hebrew Seniorlife Medical Group -- Geriatric primary and specialty care (in Brookline) 617-363-8041
HSL Senior Living Community Residents only
     Hebrew Seniorlife Medical Group at Orchard Cove (residents only) Geriatric primary and specialty care. 781-821-3210
     Hebrew Seniorlife Medical Group at NewBridge on the Charles (residents only) Geriatric primary and specialty care. 781-234-9600
Hebrew SeniorLife Home Care -- providing Medicare certified health care is available to all seniors who live within our service area. 781-234-9900
Hebrew SeniorLife Private Care powered by HouseWorks -- providing non-medical in-home care is available to all seniors who live within our service area.  617-928-0701
Adult day health programs -- providing day programs for seniors is available to seniors at two locations: Hebrew Rehabilitation Center, 100 Centre Street in the Roslindale neighborhood of Boston; and in the Jewish Community Housing for the Elderly, 30 Wallingford Road in the Brighton neighborhood of Boston. 617-363-8515
Outpatient rehabilitative services -- available to all seniors and located at Hebrew Rehabilitation Center, 100 Centre Street, Boston. 617-363-8539
Hebrew SeniorLife Hospice Care -- providing exceptional care to terminally ill patients and their families, helping them attain the highest quality of life possible. 781-234-9950

Senior Living Communities

Supportive Living Communities
Jack Satter House -- Revere, MA ι Phone: 781-289-4505
Affordable apartments for people 62 and older, handicap accessible, 24-hour emergency call system, around-the-clock staff available to handle mechanical and medical emergencies, a meal plan, fitness center, and library.
Simon C. Fireman Community-- Randolph, MA ι Phone: 781-986-8880
Affordable apartments for people 62 and older, handicap accessible, 24-hour emergency call system, around-the-clock staff available to handle mechanical and medical emergencies, a meal plan, fitness center, and library.
Center Communities of Brookline -- Brookline, MA ι Phone: 617-363-8100
Three housing complexes providing 525 units of secure independent housing and offering a broad array of services and programs such as meal preparation and delivery, all designed to meet the needs of senior tenants.
Equal Housing Opportunity

Continuing Care Retirement Communities
Orchard Cove -- Canton, MA ι Phone: 781-821-0820
An award winning continuing care retirement community for independent seniors. The community includes 227 independent living apartments, 24 assisted living units, and 45 short-term rehabilitation and long-term care beds so, as care needs change, members may move to an assisted living or, if necessary, a long-term care facility all at the same site.

NewBridge on the Charles -- Dedham, MA ι Phone: 617-363-8773
Hebrew SeniorLife's multigenerational community is currently being built on the 162-acre, private, wooded Dr. Miriam and Sheldon G. Adelson Campus in Dedham, Mass. This innovative community will include independent cottages and villas, 256 independent senior supportive housing units, assisted living, memory-assisted living, a 266-bed medical facility, and rehabilitation and long-term care services. An integral part of the community will be multigenerational programming with a K-8 school that will be located on the campus.

Assisted Living Communities
NewBridge on the Charles, Dedham
Jack Satter Assisted Living Residences
The Gilda and Alfred A Slifka Memory Care Assisted Living Residences

Research and Teaching

Commitment to Teaching
Commitment to Geriatric Research


Institute for Aging Research  

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