A New Vision for the Future


For 140 years, the Jewish Home of San Francisco – a non-profit, licensed skilled nursing facility and residential care community – has ensured that Bay Area elderly have always had a place to call ‘home.’

From our modest beginnings in 1871, we have diversified to providing services for many different populations with multiple and unique care and service needs. Today, our nine-acre campus with its five distinct buildings serves over 430 residents.

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Historically, residents and their families and friends have chosen the Jewish Home because of the high quality and comprehensive care it offers. Its unique and welcoming environment, combined with excellent services delivered by compassionate, experienced clinical and allied health personnel, have made it a national model for geriatric care.

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