Recover at Hebrew Rehabilitation Center
In Boston and Dedham, our Rehabilitative Services Units provide skilled nursing facility level care for individuals who require short-term rehabilitation following an acute hospital stay. These units are an appropriate placement when recovering from a variety of health conditions. Hebrew Rehabilitation Center specializes in cardiovascular, orthopedic, and neurological recovery for seniors.
Hebrew Rehabilitation Center's interdisciplinary team includes physicians; nurse practitioners; physical, occupational and speech therapists; pharmacists; social workers; dietitians; and chaplains. Medical care is available 24/7, including access to x-rays, pharmacy, and lab services. Physicians representing many medical specialties are available to our onsite clinical staff for consultation.
Skilled Nursing Care for a Variety of Conditions
Most patients stay an average of 15-20 days while receiving physical, occupational, and speech-language therapies, along with other services. Each patient receives an individually-crafted plan from our integrated team of experts in the care of seniors. They’ll ask you about your goals and life, so you can return to the people and activities you love most, as quickly as possible.
Patients receive care for conditions including:
- Surgery recuperation
- Orthopedics, including joint replacements and fractures
- Stroke and other neurological conditions
- Congestive heart failure
- Medically complex conditions
A Clinical Team Dedicated to You
The Harvard Medical School-affiliated care provided at Hebrew Rehabilitation Center includes everything you need to get well. The team addresses the physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being of each patient, with medical specialties that include wound care, nutrition support, neurology, pulmonary services, lymphedema management, psychiatry, palliative care, spiritual support, and more.
Quality of Care Measures
Our skilled nursing facilities at Hebrew Rehabilitation Center in Boston and Dedham consistently rank among the best in standard measures of the quality of care provided. In fact, more patients are successfully discharged to their home in the community than the national average. Download more information below.
When I needed a course of physical therapy for a shoulder injury a few months ago, I asked our doctor to send the referral to Hebrew Rehabilitation Center - NewBridge. I am writing now to offer my thanks for a terrific experience. Having spent almost 45 years practicing and teaching Internal Medicine and Geriatrics, I may be among the most demanding judges of such services, and I could not have been happier with the program.
Robert A. Witzburg, M.D. Professor of Medicine, Emeritus, Boston University School of Medicine