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To improve the health, well-being and quality of life of our Jewish community's elderly, as well as that of our general community, being mindful of the values implicit in our Jewish heritage.
The Jewish Home of Rochester was established in 1923. We are a 362-bed facility, which includes a 68-bed Transitional Care rehabilitation program and a 37-bed dementia unit. Our organization also provides a Day Care program, Outpatient Rehabilitation and At Home Services. As a Jewish Home, we make Judaism a vital part of our everyday life, but you do not have to be Jewish to live here, and we accomodate our non-Jewish residents' needs as well.
- Shannon Megna
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