Health care at Hebrew Rehabilitation Center

Hebrew SeniorLife is dedicated to promoting senior health and wellness. Using our ReAge approach, we deliver the highest quality senior health care possible. ReAge is our word that signifies a refusal to accept the status quo when providing health care to seniors.

Our entire staff, including our Harvard Medical School-affiliated physicians, understand the unique health care needs of seniors. Through an individualized approach, they help seniors maintain (or regain) their independence and maximize their potential.

An outstanding array of health care options are available to seniors living in our communities and in the Greater Boston community, including rehabilitation, home care, long-term care and much more.

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Hebrew SeniorLife provides elder care, senior housing, and other services in the Greater Boston area to all without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, political persuasion, or qualified handicap.

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Long-Term Care

patient at Boston Nursing Home Long-Term Care-Hebrew Rehabilitation CenterHebrew Rehabilitation Center provides long-term care in Boston and on the campus of NewBridge on the Charles in Dedham.

Hebrew Rehabilitation Center, affiliated with Harvard Medical School, is committed to offering the highest quality of life by providing the highest quality of care to its residents.

We offer outstanding onsite amenities and an environment that fosters a sense of a community. Our nursing home long-term care offers access to a multidisciplinary staff (many of whom hold appointments at Harvard Medical School), including recreation and expressive therapists, dieticians and more. Learn more.

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