Welcome to our Health Care Professionals Page. Here we provide information that we hope is helpful as you become acquainted with Hebrew SeniorLife’s Health Care Services and Hebrew Rehabilitative Center (HRC), integral parts of Hebrew SeniorLife.
Brian Murphy, Vice President of Patient Access
Brian Murphy is responsible for Hebrew Rehabilitation Center's centralized admissions department and Orchard Cove's Skilled Nursing Facility. Working with hospitals, patients and families, Brian and his Team strive to provide a smooth care transition for all. Call 617-363-8372 or email at email@example.com
Lynda Giovaniello, RN, BS, Clinical Liaison for Hebrew SeniorLife’s Home and Community-Based Services
Lynda brings nursing experience from the acute care, long-term care and retirement community settings. Prior to joining HSL Lynda worked for a community based Certified Home Health Agency where she started as a Nurse Case Manager and then became a Clinical Liaison. Her most recent roles there were in clinical leadership and marketing and business development. Please contact Lynda with questions and referrals at 508-243-8294 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Gary Epstein-Lubow, M.D., Medical Director of the Center for Memory Health
Dr. Lubow brings nearly 20 years of academic and clinical achievements to his role as medical director of the Center for Memory Health. He is associate professor of psychiatry at Brown University and he previously served for nine years as the assistant unit chief for inpatient geriatric psychiatry at Butler Hospital in Providence, RI. Dr. Lubow was appointed a Visiting Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. Call the Center for Memory Health at 617-363-8600 or email at CMH@hsl.harvard.edu
At Hebrew Rehabilitation Center we are committed to delivering the highest quality of medical care to each and every patient.
We uphold the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality’s (AHRQ) definition of quality: "Doing the right thing, at the right time, for the right person, and having the best possible result."
Components of Care
The Institute of Medicine defines quality health care as being safe, effective, patient-centered, timely, efficient and equitable. Hebrew Rehabilitation Center prides itself on meeting these six components:
Hebrew Rehabilitation Center is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). Accreditation demonstrates our commitment to continuously improve service quality and to focus on the satisfaction of the persons served. Learn about CARF.