U.S. News & World Report Gives Hebrew Rehabilitation Center Highest Rating

Both the Boston and Dedham locations earned ratings of 5 out of 5

Boston, MA - Hebrew Rehabilitation Center’s skilled nursing units are ranked as high performing and recognized as Best Nursing Homes for 2024 by U.S. News & World Report.

The Rehabilitative Services Units at Hebrew Rehabilitation Center in Boston and at NewBridge on the Charles in Dedham both have overall ratings of 5 out of 5 and have short-term rehabilitation ratings of high performing. 

“This well-deserved designation recognizes the outstanding efforts of the multidisciplinary teams on our Rehabilitative Services Units who provide the highest quality care and help older adults achieve what matters most to them — restoring function after a hospitalization so they can return to the community and continue to age and live well,” said HSL Chief Medical and Quality Officer Ernest Mandel, M.D. 

The U.S. News Best Nursing Homes Short-Term Rehabilitation, Long-Term Care and Overall ratings offer individuals and families a starting point in their search for a nursing home, whether they are in need of short-term rehabilitation, long-term care or are interested in a home’s overall care. To help find the best match for a loved one, U.S. News evaluated more than 15,000 facilities throughout the country and rated most of them in two different areas, short-term rehabilitation and long-term care.  For 2024, ratings were determined by nurse staffing, patient outcomes and whether steps known to be effective in avoiding harm and improving health were built into nursing home routines.

About Hebrew SeniorLife

Hebrew SeniorLife, an affiliate of Harvard Medical School, is a national senior services leader uniquely dedicated to rethinking, researching, and redefining the possibilities of aging. Hebrew SeniorLife cares for more than 4,500 seniors a day across six campuses throughout Greater Boston. Locations include: Hebrew Rehabilitation Center-Boston and Hebrew Rehabilitation Center-NewBridge in Dedham; NewBridge on the Charles, Dedham; Orchard Cove, Canton; Simon C. Fireman Community, Randolph; Center Communities of Brookline, Brookline; and Jack Satter House, Revere. Founded in 1903, Hebrew SeniorLife also conducts influential research into aging at the Hinda and Arthur Marcus Institute for Aging Research, which has a portfolio of more than $85 million, making it one of the largest gerontological research facilities in the U.S. in a clinical setting. It also trains more than 1,000 geriatric care providers each year. For more information about Hebrew SeniorLife, visit our website or follow us on our blog, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn.