What we do

A Campus of Comprehensive Care – United for You!

You will have peace of mind knowing your loved one can age in place at United Hebrew of New Rochelle. On our vibrant, 7.5-acre comprehensive campus of care, you will find an array of services to meet the needs of today’s seniors.

We offer long-term skilled nursing; Burke Rehabilitation at United Hebrew; award-winning assisted living at Willow Towers; expert memory care for those with Alzheimer’s and related dementias; independent senior housing; and home health care.

Serving people in the Westchester region since 1919, United Hebrew has become a model for care throughout the metropolitan area because of our ability to support a wide range of seniors, from those who are living independently to those with advanced healthcare needs—and everyone in between. Our expert and compassionate caregivers meet the daily health and medical needs of over 1,000 residents across our continuing care community, while helping them live their lives to the fullest.

It is our mission to treat you and your loved ones like family, whether you are just beginning the process of choosing a senior living option or have lived with us for a very long time. Our campus community is a home, where all residents are treated with kindness, dignity and respect.

As a nonprofit healthcare organization, we depend on community support to enhance the lives of our residents in as many ways as possible. Thanks to generous contributions from our supporters, we are able to provide life-enriching activities, therapies, and programs that foster meaningful living across our entire campus of care. Learn how you can contribute.

We can help ease the challenges of the aging process. Call us, and we will help you navigate the long-term care system, connect you with a wealth of resources, and answer your questions every step of the way.

Call 914-632-2804 x1190 to speak to an eldercare specialist.

“Many people ask what makes United Hebrew special. I believe that it is in the simple acts of kindness and caring that set us apart. I see it everyday, in a smile, a warm hug, taking a moment taken to listen. These may seem small, but they mean a lot to the individuals in our care.”

Rita Mabli
President and CEO of United Hebrew