Welcome to Hebrew Rehabilitation Center

Hebrew Rehabilitation Center, the flagship long-term care hospital (LTCH) of Hebrew SeniorLife, offers programs that meet seniors' medical needs across the continuum of care. Proving long-term chronic care in a home-like household, our staff focuses on the medical needs of seniors while offering a wide range of therapeutic programs that maximize the patient's function and help them strive for independence.

HRC Boston is located at 1200 Centre Street at the VFW Parkway, minutes from the Longwood Medical Area and convenient to public transportation.

HRC Dedham is located at 7000 Great Meadow Road on the NewBridge on the Charles campus, conveniently located off Route 128.

Who Can Volunteer?

We count on our volunteers to improve the quality of our patient's lives in a variety of ways.

We Make it Easy For You!

We know that everyone has many obligations and commitments, and that's why we encourage you to set your own schedule. You may decide to volunteer days or evenings, an hour or two a week, or once a month - no matter how much time you give, you will make a difference! You will receive on-the-job training and supervision... and an opportunity to belong to a wonderful group of caring people.

What are the benefits?

Eye Opener- volunteer event at Hebrew Rehabilitation Center in Boston

General requirements for volunteers:

  • The minimum age for volunteers is 16 (13 at HRC in Dedham), except for Pharmacy volunteers who must be 18;
  • Applications can be completed online through this website;
  • Applicants will be interviewed by the Director of Volunteer Services. Acceptance is determined by availability of positions and suitability of volunteer's qualifications;
  • Volunteer Service is contingent upon successful completion of a Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) background check which is completed on all applicants and screening by our medical staff.
  • We require immunizations for flu, mumps, measles, chickenpox and a yearly TB screening. We provide all of these free of charge if you cannot bring proof that you have had them.
  • We request that volunteers serve a minimum 25 hours during the first six month period.
  • Volunteers will be photographed in our Human Resources Department after their interview and will be issued an ID badge upon completion of their CORI check and immunization clearance. The ID badge must be worn at all times as it grants access to the volunteer office where volunteers must sign in and out.
Volunteer Services Department
Director: Gail Bork
Assistants: Barbara Ford and Judy Selden
1200 Centre Street
Boston, MA 02131
Phone: (617) 363-8421
Fax: (617) 363-8925
E-mail: hslvolunteerservices@hsl.harvard.edu
Assistant: Pam Greene
7000 Great Meadow Road
Dedham, MA 02026
Phone (781) 234-9350
Fax: (617) 363-8925
E-mail: hslvolunteerservices@hsl.harvard.edu