Hebrew Hospital Home

On a thirty-acre site in suburban New York, The Hebrew Hospital Home of Westchester was constructed to provide their patients with short and long-term assisted care. This state-of-the-art facility provides comprehensive treatment for a variety of conditions, while patients remain in a comfortable, home-like atmosphere.

The Hebrew Hospital Home is comprised of central common areas and four residential wings. The facility houses a total of 160 beds, a full service kitchen, administrative offices and a renowned Alzheimer's program.

The structure is light gauge metal framed and structural steel with a brick facade, shingle roofs and aluminum windows. Landscaped plazas and patios encompass the entire building to reinforce the residential feel of the facility.

Project Name: Hebrew Hospital Home
Project Location: Valhalla, New York
Owner: Hebrew Hospital
Project Type: Healthcare
RCDolner Role: General Contractor
Architect: Gruzen Samton Architects