We are proud to announce that we are now
San Francisco Campus for Jewish Living

We believe our new name better reflects the essence of community engagement
and supports a holistic approach to the care and well-being of older adults.

The name Jewish Home will be retained. As it will continue to play a vital role with reference to all the
care and services provided in both our skilled nursing and short-stay rehabilitation units,
it will henceforth be known as Jewish Home & Rehab Center.

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So momentous that it’s called groundbreaking

The October 19, 2016 ceremonial groundbreaking at the Jewish Home of San Francisco showcased local leaders and benefactors who hailed the transformative project, which represents the most significant re-envisioning of the Jewish Home since it was established in 1871. When completed, the Jewish Home’s contemporary, continuum-of-care and service network will be uniquely well-equipped to meet the increasingly complex needs of today’s growing population of seniors throughout the region, and offer a much broader spectrum of living and support options.

The Jewish Home of San Francisco’s mission is to enrich
the quality of life of older adults.

From its modest beginnings in 1871, the Jewish Home of San Francisco has grown and diversified to provide services for many different older adults with multiple and unique care and service needs and at various income levels.

Operated by a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, the Jewish Home serves approximately 1,800 patients and residents each year on its nine-acre campus. Non-residential care is offered through the Home’s short-term and rehabilitation services unit for patients who require geriatric-specialized, interdisciplinary rehabilitation to recover from surgery or an acute illness, and through its acute geriatric psychiatry hospital. The Home is affiliated with the University of California, San Francisco for teaching and research. Admission to the Jewish Home is not limited by religious or cultural affiliation.

As a U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services five-star rated facility and with a complement close to 650 compassionate, experienced clinical and allied health personnel, the Jewish Home provides seniors with a variety of life-enriching healthcare programs and services in a welcoming, stimulating environment.

The Jewish Home is part of Jewish Senior Living Group, a growing regional network of programs, services, and communities that enrich the lives of seniors.

Core Partners

Through a unique work-study program, multi-ethnic high school students from San Francisco’s Immaculate Conception Academy can get to the heart of nursing’s matters.

Bold Vision


A refined site master plan for the redevelopment of the Jewish Home’s Silver Avenue campus is designed to respond to both the current and future needs of our community.

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Support the Home. As a non-profit, the Home relies on the community to maintain its high levels of care and services.
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