The Rehabilitative Services Unit located at Hebrew Rehabilitation Center in Dedham provides post-acute skilled nursing care to patients following an acute hospital stay.
Care is delivered by Harvard Medical School-affiliated doctors, nurses and rehabilitation therapists who specialize in the care of older patients. Our patients are referred to us from many of the finest hospitals throughout Greater Boston because we are highly respected for our ability to help seniors recover from surgery or illness.
The Rehabilitative Services Unit is an appropriate setting for patients recovering from a variety of medical and surgical conditions, including joint replacement and strokes. A support group for stroke survivors is offered for patients during and after their stay.
Therapies, including physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech-language pathology, are provided daily and are tailored to meet the patient’s individual needs.
Physicians and clinicians representing dozens of medical specialties are available for consultation to ensure that all of your medical needs are addressed. Dietitians, Palliative Care practitioners, Spiritual Care staff and Expressive Therapists round out the multi-disciplinary care team.
Post-Acute Rehab Services at Hebrew Rehabilitation Center in Dedham received 5 star rating by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
For rehabilitative care, your best option for a quick and thorough recovery is Hebrew Rehabilitation Center. In Dedham, we are located on the campus of NewBridge on the Charles, at exit 17 off Route 128. Our location makes it ideal for patients from Dedham and surrounding communities to receive the highest quality of care near their home, making it easy for family and friends to visit.
Hebrew Rehabilitation Center and the Rehabilitative Services Units are 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.
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