Hebrew Rehabilitation Center - Boston

Our flagship location, offering long-term chronic care, post-acute care, and outpatient services.

The front entrance of Hebrew Rehabilitation Center - Boston.

The Epicenter for Best-in-Class Senior Care, Research, and Teaching

At Hebrew Rehabilitation Center in Boston, patients and families receive industry-leading care, and our caregivers, staff, and researchers do incredible work that reverberates globally.

Located in Boston’s Roslindale neighborhood next to the Arnold Arboretum, Hebrew Rehabilitation Center has been a touchstone in the community since 1963.

Admissions: 617-363-8372
General Inquiries: 617-363-8000
Directions: 1200 Centre Street, Boston, MA 02131

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Important Information About COVID-19

As the incidence of the COVID-19 coronavirus continues to spread across the state, Hebrew Rehabilitation Center has made a number of changes to our operations in order to protect patients and staff. This includes restrictions on visitors, changes to programming and dining, cancellation of outpatient services, and more.

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Health Care Services

Hebrew Rehabilitation Center – Boston offers long-term chronic care, rehabilitative care, and a variety of outpatient services.

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Amenities

Our Boston location offers valet parking, outdoor courtyards, an art gallery, and gift shop – as well as proximity to our Center for Memory Health.

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Quick Reference

For Patients and Visitors

We are delighted to welcome patients, families, and visitors to Hebrew Rehabilitation Center. Get site-specific information to make your time here rewarding.

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A sitting area for patient and families with a fireplace, plants and plenty of light.

Flagship Campus Renovation Project

The first phase of our renovation is underway, starting with households in the Berenson Allen Building. Over the coming years, Hebrew SeniorLife will rely on philanthropy to extend the project throughout our Boston campus.

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What People are saying about Hebrew SeniorLife

  • "It’s the people who make the difference; a kind word, a gentle nod, a reassuring glance. It’s the people who are the medicine that heals the souls of those who are suffering. And it’s the people at Hebrew Rehabilitation Center who have a chemistry and uniqueness unmatched by any I’ve seen before. As a family that has dealt with many health issues, and as an artist who has donated and installed my artwork in various hospitals, I can say your staff is the epitome of what true teamwork is."

    Headshot of Deborah Friedson, daughter of an HRC patient.

    Deborah Friedson

    Daughter of a Patient

  • "I would like to express my family’s appreciation for the exceptional professionalism of the speech therapist who cared for my mom after her recent hospitalization. She always kept me informed about assessments, answered all my questions, explained the options, and followed up."

    Tatiana Kittredge

    Daughter of HRC patient