Referral and Admission to Hebrew Rehabilitation Center

Learn how to refer a patient for post-acute care or long-term chronic care in Boston or at NewBridge.

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Whether you’re interested in our flagship Boston campus or our location at NewBridge on the Charles in Dedham, the referral and admissions processes are the same.

Central Admissions: 617-363-8372

Russian Bilingual Program: 617-363-8425

Learn more about the admissions criteria for our post-acute care and long-term chronic care programs below.

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

Post-Acute Care Admissions

Patients and families can request to rehab at Hebrew Rehabilitation Center when meeting with hospital case managers or discharge planners. A clinical referral is required.

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Long-Term Chronic Care Admissions

We welcome referrals to Hebrew Rehabilitation Center from individual seniors in the community, family members, physicians, senior care organizations such as assisted living communities, and other sources. Click below to learn more, or download our referral packet.

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