Hebrew SeniorLife Overview
Hebrew SeniorLife is an integrated, multi-site system of housing, health care, research and teaching that encompasses the following organizations in the Greater Boston area:
- Hebrew Rehabilitation Center: a state-of-the-art, 640-bed hospital and fully-licensed chronic care facility located in Roslindale
- Institute for Aging Research: the nation's largest geriatric research center, located onsite at Hebrew Rehabilitation Center
- NewBridge on the Charles: a revolutionary 162-acre multigenerational campus and continuing care retirement community in Dedham
- Orchard Cove: an award-winning continuing care retirement community located on 37 beautiful acres in Canton
- Jack Satter House: an independent senior housing complex in Revere
- Simon C. Fireman Community: an independent senior housing complex in Randolph
- Center Communities of Brookline: an independent senior housing complex
- Adult Day Health: programs in Roslindale and Brighton
Our extensive network of innovative services and care for seniors includes:
- Care Options
- Long-Term Care
- Continuing Care (Dedham and Canton)
- Home Health Care
- Adult Day Health Programs
- Rehabilitative Care
- Complex Pulmonary Disease & Ventilator
- Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation
- Neurological Rehabilitation
- Stroke/Cerebrovascular Rehabilitation
- Wound Care Management
- Skilled Nursing Care (Roslindale and Canton)
- Recuperative Services Unit
- Medical Acute Care Unit
- Outpatient Services
- Memory Disorders
- Osteoporosis Screening
Did You Know...
- Hebrew SeniorLife is the largest provider-based geriatric research facility in the United States.
- Hebrew SeniorLife has influenced the lives of millions of seniors through its research activities on osteoporosis, balance and falls, exercise, and other senior health issues.
- Hebrew SeniorLife ranks in the top 10 percent of all U.S. institutions receiving NIH funding.
- Hebrew SeniorLife is one of the largest providers of supportive senior housing in Massachusetts.
- Hebrew SeniorLife's extensive continuum of services includes long-tem care; short-term, sub-acute care; medical acute care; outpatient services; research and teaching; senior housing; and adult day health.
- Hebrew SeniorLife has on staff as many or more geriatricians than some of Boston's leading teaching hospitals- and eight entire states, for that matter.
- Nearly one-third of the Hebrew SeniorLife work force has worked for the organization for 10 years or more.
- Hebrew SeniorLife serves nearly one out of four Jewish seniors over the age of 70 in the Greater Boston area.
- Hebrew SeniorLife trains nearly 400 students annually in medicine, nursing, physical and occupational therapy, speech/language pathology, creative arts and recreation therapy, and social work--more than any other long-term facility in the country.
- Hebrew SeniorLife is the only long-term care facility in the region with a dedicated unit for Russian-speaking seniors.
Collaborations & Accreditations
Hebrew SeniorLife serves as an invaluable teaching and research partner to many of the area's acclaimed colleges, universities and health-care organizations. Our collaborative efforts include:
- The Multi-Campus Fellowship in Geriatric Medicine and the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Training Program at Harvard Medical School
- The Geriatric Dental Medicine Fellowship and Residency Programs at both the Harvard and Boston University Schools of Dental Medicine
- Required, second-year Physical Diagnosis course for Harvard Medical and Dental students.
- Serving as a teaching site for medical residents from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Brigham and Women's Hospital
- Partnership with Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in the Joint Center on Aging
Serving as a teaching hospital for nursing programs at the following:
- University of Massachusetts, Boston
- Northeastern University
- Roxbury Community College
- Mass Bay Community College
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