Skilled nursing at the Jewish Home provides a complex array of acute and long-term medical and rehabilitative therapies to stabilize and improve health, wellness, and quality of life for seniors with health challenges. Seniors needing physical assistance with mobility, daily living, and social activities are also considered for skilled nursing facilities. Skilled nursing embraces Alzheimer's care, short-term rehabilitative care, minimal, moderate, and total assistance care.
The Mark Taper Skilled Nursing Building
The three-story Taper Building on the Grancell Village Campus houses up to 105 residents who receive the Home's world-renowned skilled nursing services and rehabilitative therapies.
The Max Factor Family Foundation Nursing Building
The two-story Factor Building on the Eisenberg Village Campus is home to 70 residents receiving world-class skilled nursing care.
Joyce Eisenberg-Keefer Medical Center
The Home's new five-story Medical Center is one of the most comprehensive and sophisticated facilities of its kind in the United States. Opened in 2007, the Center's visionary model of life-enhancing services and unparalleled care combines the latest in geriatric science with compassionate care for the body, mind, and spirit.
The Medical Center's unique design affords easy access to specialized medical care and programs within a distinctive residential setting. Beautifully furnished rooms are grouped as smaller, easily identifiable resident "neighborhoods" with their own dining areas, recreation centers, and resident rooms.
The Joyce Eisenberg-Keefer Medical Center fulfills the Home's mission to foster wellness through innovative, integrated programs, personal care, and housing that enhances life each and every day.
The Medical Center is comprised of three, interconnected buildings:
The Brandman Research Institute encompasses the 10-bed Lisa and Ernest Auerbach Behavioral Health Center, which provides short-term geriatric behavioral and psychiatric care, as well as the Betty and Abe Klein Center for specialized eldercare research to identify and promote life-enhancing, healthy-aging practices.
The La Kretz/Black Tower and the Pavilion buildings together are home to 239 seniors in need of skilled nursing services, the highest level of residential care services the Home provides.
The Medical Center also contains:
- Creative Arts Center
- Dunitz Family Learning Center
- Geri and Richard Brawerman Garden Terrace
- Gerald's Deli
- Max's Beauty Salon
For more about skilled nursing, please contact Admissions Director Sato Artinian at 818.774.3303 or Satenik.Artinian@jha.org