Hebrew Rehabilitation Center Named Top 100 Women-Led Business for Third Year

Health Care Industry Veteran Mary Moscato Draws on Her Dynamic Background and Her Outstanding Team to Lead the Organization in Caring for Seniors

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BOSTON – For the third year in a row, Hebrew Rehabilitation Center, along with its president, Mary Moscato, has been named to the prestigious “Top 100 Women-Led Businesses in Massachusetts” (#18) by The Commonwealth Institute (TCI), an organization devoted to advancing businesswomen in leadership positions.

With more than 1,400 employees at locations in Boston and Dedham, Hebrew Rehabilitation Center is part of the continuum of health care and senior living communities offered by parent organization Hebrew SeniorLife (HSL). Moscato, President of HSL Health Care Services and Hebrew Rehabilitation Center since 2011, leverages her more than three decades in health care operations and management to set the direction of Hebrew Rehabilitation Center in its commitment to provide the highest quality care available to seniors in Greater Boston.

“For three years running, we have been honored by TCI, and this speaks to the quality, care, and hard work of our leadership team and staff,” said Moscato. “We are deeply committed to helping our residents and patients live the highest quality of life possible, and through doing so, we have built Hebrew Rehabilitation Center into a leader for seniors who need care.”

Launched in 2000, TCI’s Top 100 Women-Led Businesses in Massachusetts program is based on multiple selection criteria such as revenue, operating budget, number of employees, diversity, innovation, and more. TCI members are CEOs, senior executives, executive directors, and entrepreneurs from a wide array of industries and backgrounds - corporate, start-up, and nonprofit. The latest group of honorees was recognized at an award breakfast today and will appear in the Boston Globe Magazine’s Women & Power edition on October 28.

About Hebrew SeniorLife

The Hebrew Rehabilitation Center is part of Hebrew SeniorLife, an affiliate of Harvard Medical School and a national senior services leader uniquely dedicated to rethinking, researching, and redefining the possibilities of aging. Founded in Boston in 1903, the nonprofit, non-sectarian organization today provides communities and health care for seniors, research into aging, and education for geriatric care providers. For more information about Hebrew SeniorLife, visit http://www.hebrewseniorlife.org, follow us on Twitter @H_SeniorLife, like us on Facebook or read our blog.