For Patients and Visitors

Quick information to help you plan your visit to Hebrew Rehabilitation Center

Adult daughter laughs with her mother, a long-term chronic care patient at Hebrew Rehabilitation Center

Plan Your Visit to Boston or NewBridge

Visiting Hebrew Rehabilitation Center - Boston

We look forward to welcoming you to our flagship campus, Hebrew Rehabilitation Center - Boston, located in the city’s Roslindale neighborhood.

Hebrew Rehabilitation Center-Boston
1200 Centre Street
Boston, MA 02131

General Inquiries: 617-363-8000
Admissions: 617-363-8372
Volunteer: 617-363-8421

As of February 14, 2022, visitors who are 18 years and older and up to date with their COVID-19 vaccinations may visit loved ones in long-term chronic care in their loved one's room. Visits are limited to two people at a time, and masks are required for the entire visit. Those who are under age 18 and adults who are not fully up to date with their COVID-19 vaccinations can visit in designated areas off the floor, and must schedule visits through their loved one's floor or household team.

Per MA Department of Public Health guidelines for skilled nursing facilities, the Rehabilitative Services Unit is open for visitation. Visitors must wear the appropriate PPE at all times, which will be provided if necessary.

All visitors should refrain from visiting if they are ill or have been exposed to COVID-19.

Free valet parking is available at our lower B1 entrance on Centre Street. Guest parking spots are also available at our upper entrance off of Walter Street.

Hebrew Rehabilitation Center offers two entrances:

  • Our lower B1 entrance on Centre Street (which features complementary valet parking)
  • Our upper entrance off of Walter Street, which offers a small amount of guest parking spaces.

Our front desk staff at either entrance can direct you to the patient or department you wish to visit.

You may prefer to use the B1 entrance on Centre Street for the following services, which are located on the ground level:

  • Outpatient Care
  • Deanna and Sidney Wolk Center for Memory Health
  • Great Days for Seniors Adult Day Health Program

Our flagship campus offers physical spaces and convenient amenities to make patients and visitors feel at home. Learn more about our common areas, dining options, gift shop, and other services.

Contact our front desk to obtain the most accurate address for the recipient. Before sending outside food, plants, or flowers, please contact the patient’s floor coordinator to learn of any restrictions. Latex balloons are not allowed due to latex allergies.

Pets may be allowed in certain areas of Hebrew Rehabilitation Center, following a health verification process for the animal. A Pet Visitation Health Certificate must be completed by your veterinarian and submitted for approval. Contact our security desk for details. Pets are not allowed in our post-acute care units.

We count on our volunteers to improve the quality of our patients’ lives in a variety of ways. Learn more about becoming a Hebrew Rehabilitation Center volunteer and apply online here.


Visiting Hebrew Rehabilitation Center - NewBridge

We look forward to welcoming you to Hebrew Rehabilitation Center - NewBridge, located in the Gloria Adelson Field Health Center on the NewBridge on the Charles campus, on the Dedham/Needham line.

Hebrew Rehabilitation Center-NewBridge 
7000 Great Meadow Road
Dedham, MA 02026

General Inquiries: 781-234-9700
Admissions: 617-363-8372
Volunteer: 781-234-9317

As of February 14, 2022, visitors who are 18 years and older and up to date with their COVID-19 vaccinations may visit loved ones in long-term chronic care in their loved one's room. Visits are limited to two people at a time, and masks are required for the entire visit. Those who are under age 18 and adults who are not fully up to date with their COVID-19 vaccinations can visit in designated areas off the floor, and must schedule visits through their loved one's floor or household team.

Per MA Department of Public Health guidelines for skilled nursing facilities, the Rehabilitative Services Unit is open for visitation. Visitors must wear the appropriate PPE at all times, which will be provided if necessary.

All visitors should refrain from visiting if they are ill or have been exposed to COVID-19.

Follow signs to the Health Center. Ample parking is available outside our entrance at 7000 Great Meadow Road. 

As you enter through the first set of sliding doors, turn left for outpatient care or right for inpatient rehabilitative services and long-term chronic care. Our front desk staff will direct you to the location of the patient you wish to visit.

Hebrew Rehabilitation Center on the NewBridge on the Charles campus in Dedham offers physical spaces and convenient amenities to make patients and visitors feel at home. Learn more about our common areas, dining options, gift shop, and other services.

Please note that Nosh, our deli-style dining option in the NewBridge community center, is currently open to visitors for takeout only.

Contact our front desk to obtain the most accurate address for the recipient. Before sending outside food, plants, or flowers, please contact the patient’s floor coordinator to learn of any restrictions. Latex balloons are not allowed due to latex allergies.

Individual pets may be allowed in certain areas of Hebrew Rehabilitation Center, following a health verification process for the animal. A Pet Visitation Health Certificate must be completed by your veterinarian and submitted for approval. Contact our security desk for details. Pets are not allowed in our post-acute care units. 

We count on our volunteers to improve the quality of our patients’ lives in a variety of ways. Learn more about becoming a Hebrew Rehabilitation Center volunteer and apply online here.