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Hebrew HealthCare Reorganized and Renamed as Hebrew Senior Care
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Hebrew HealthCare announced today that its Plan of Reorganization has been confirmed by the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Connecticut. As part of its emergence as a reorganized entity, Hebrew HealthCare will now be called Hebrew Senior Care.

“We are proud to announce that our organization will continue to be a leading provider of senior health and living services while securing our future,” said Board of Trustees Chairperson Deborah Kleinman. “We have restored financial strength to our organization, which will be known as Hebrew Senior Care moving forward. This new identity demonstrates our commitment to preserving this high-quality institution, which for more than a century has honored our community’s Jewish tradition and values, while providing comprehensive care for all older adults.”

In December 2016, as part of its plan of reorganization, Hebrew HealthCare’s 257-bed skilled nursing facility located on Abrahms Boulevard in West Hartford was transferred to Hebrew Center for Health and Rehabilitation, LLC, a National Health Care Associates affiliate. The sale of the nursing home eliminated the main challenge to Hebrew HealthCare’s financial stability, while assuring that skilled nursing care provided in a kosher facility and in accordance with Jewish tradition would continue to be available in the Greater Hartford community. Hebrew Center, a for-profit healthcare provider, and Hebrew Senior Care, a non-profit senior care provider, will operate as separate organizations within the same building on Abrahms Boulevard.
Restructuring under Chapter 11 protection has enabled Hebrew HealthCare to continue operating and maintaining the highest level of care in its other service lines – the senior care hospital, geriatric physician practice, senior day center, dementia services, assisted living services, and premier senior living community.

Under the new organizational branding of Hebrew Senior Care Specialized Health & Living Services, the service lines will each be identified distinctly as The Hospital at Hebrew Senior Care, Connecticut Geriatric Specialty Group, Senior Day Center, Dementia Services, Assisted Living Service Agency, and Hoffman Summerwood.

“By emerging from Chapter 11 as Hebrew Senior Care, we are demonstrating our ability to manage the evolving challenges of healthcare reimbursement reductions and regulatory issues, while meeting the increasingly specialized needs of seniors,” said Interim President and CEO Gary Jones. “I would like to thank the many community agencies and members of the public who have supported us and stuck by us during this difficult period. Our greatest priority has always been the older adults we serve and the families who count on us. Now as Hebrew Senior Care, we look forward to continuing our mission stronger than ever.”



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