A patient at Hebrew Rehabilitation Center listens to therapeutic music with the help of a life enhancement team member.

Hebrew Rehabilitation Center

Personalized care in a homelike setting.

For more than 100 years, Boston-area seniors and families have turned to Hebrew Rehabilitation Center for geriatric health care, including short-term and long-term inpatient care.

If you or your loved one is discharged from the hospital but isn’t ready to go home, you can trust Hebrew Rehabilitation Center to provide skilled care and support in the days and weeks following an illness or surgery.

And if your loved one requires more care than can be safely provided at home, our long-term chronic care provides person-centered extended medical care. We also offer specialized care for those with memory loss.

All patients at Hebrew Rehabilitation Center receive care delivered by a team of skilled professionals, including Harvard Medical School-affiliated doctors, nurses, and therapists.

Long-Term Chronic Care vs. Nursing Home Care

Hebrew Rehabilitation Center, the fifth-largest independent hospital in the United States, is a 675-bed licensed long-term chronic care hospital including:

  • Our own Harvard Medical School-affiliated geriatric specialists
  • Extensive rehab therapies including physical, occupational, and expressive therapies
  • On-site lab, pharmacy, and radiology services

It’s a testament to our reputation for high-quality care that the region’s finest hospitals, including Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and New England Baptist Hospital, choose to refer patients to us.

In This Section

Two Convenient Locations

Hebrew Rehabilitation Center at dusk, with white car pulling into horseshoe driveway at entrance.

Urban Setting. Family Feel.

Hebrew Rehabilitation Center in Boston

Located next to the Arnold Arboretum, our flagship campus features industry-leading health care, plus research and teaching that advances the field of aging.

Go to HRC-Boston
A curved entrance road leads to the Health Care Center at NewBridge on the Charles, home to Hebrew Rehabilitation Center Dedham. The golden brown exterior of the building matches the color of the early autum leaves on the surrounding trees.

Natural Surroundings. Intergenerational Campus.

Hebrew Rehabilitation Center at NewBridge

Situated at NewBridge on the Charles, our Dedham location offers a homelike atmosphere on a campus with a complete continuum of care.

Go to HRC-NewBridge

Get to Know Us

Physical therapist helps older woman walk along balance bars in rehabilitation gym at Hebrew Rehabilitation Center

There’s Care Inside

Health Care Services

Learn more about the wide range of health care services we offer including long-term chronic care, rehabilitative care, and a variety of outpatient services.

Explore Our Services
Harvard Medical School students confer with Dr. Jennifer Rhodes-Kropf

A World-Class Collaboration

Our Harvard Medical School Affiliation

Our connection to one of the richest biomedical research collectives in the world benefits our patients and residents. We use our expertise in geriatric medicine to train the clinicians and researchers of tomorrow.

Learn More
An older woman holding the hands of a younger boy and younger girl; they are walking through a flower garden at NewBridge on the Charles

Empower Seniors to Live Their Best Life

About Hebrew SeniorLife

Hebrew Rehabilitation Center is part of Hebrew SeniorLife, a nonprofit senior services leader uniquely dedicated to rethinking, researching, and redefining the possibilities of aging. We provide communities and health care for seniors, research into aging, and education for geriatric care providers.

Learn About Our Mission

What People are saying about Hebrew SeniorLife

  • "On behalf of my family, I want to express our gratitude for the exceptional care our father received on the Memory Support Unit. My dad thrived and blossomed even as his disease progressed and his function declined. The quality of his life these past two years was full and engaging. Please know that we greatly appreciate all of you—you are just incredible."

    Child of a Patient

  • "I especially want to thank the nurses who provide skilled and efficient care, the doctors who are responsive and thoughtful in their recommendations about my mother’s clinical needs, and those who proactively check in and encourage my mother medically and socially. This is holistic, patient-centered care at its best!"

    Child of a Patient