Hebrew Home of Greater Washington

Offers Assisted Living, Independent Living, Nursing Homes, and Memory Care

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6121 MONTROSE ROAD, Rockville, MD 20852
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March 30, 2021

By Janice1234

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

The rehab place is the worst run place I have ever encountered. We sent our dad there before, and something has happened. The patients are ignored. They don't care about the well being, and he is worse off then when he got there. He has rashes, bruises, and worsening symptoms. Stay far far away from this place. They lie and can't keep staff. They don't listen or look at the intake papers. If you want your loved ones in one piece go elsewhere.

March 30, 2021

By ratherdisappointed

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

Don't take a room across from a nurse's station as they are incredibly noisy at night and sleep will be challenging. The food is poor quality which is odd since the assisted living food is supposed to be excellent. PT and staff physician were excellent, really high quality; nursing care was mediocre. Bathing not provided without some nagging, pain meds not given on time. Don't think we would use this facility again.

March 26, 2021

By Annick

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My mom (88 years old) stayed at Hebrew Home recovering from hip fracture after a fall and after Covid. Her stay has been so wonderful, nurses were so devoted, the doctor was very thorough and very dedicated. She did not miss anything during her daily examination of my mom. The physical therapists were so helpful, pushing her when they felt she could walk more. The equipment room has everything and is up to date with all the equipments. The place is very inviting, very clean. The food according to my gourmet mother is so tasty. After 35 days there, she is home and uses all the tools she was taught for walking. She enjoyed all the caretakers so much, she wanted to stay longer. If anyone needs a rehab facility, this is the best place. A special shoutout and thank you to Ruth, Dr. Amsler, Oscar, Jennifer, Pascal, Julia, Sharon, and so many others that have made my mom’s stay comfortable. She felt like being home. Thank you Hebrew Home for being the best standard in rehab.

March 18, 2021

By concerned1111222

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

Acute rehabilitation patients are ignored when in need of assistance. Nurse call button is moved out of patient’s reach if they call for assistance more than once in a night. If your loved one wears a diaper, know that they will not be changed often, waiting 1/2 hr or more for clean up. If your loved one is handicapped and can’t get to a sink on their own, they’re left with filthy hands. Nobody who cares about their loved one should leave them in this abusive facility. I’ve heard interaction with the health aides there, they are too often impatient with your loved one. There are no activities for the handicapped who are left in their rooms alone. The physical therapist is good but don’t expect the gym equipment will be used often.

January 05, 2021


I am/was a resident of this facility

I have been a rehab patient twice at Hebrew Home and both times I was more than satisfied. The rehab for knee replacement was excellent, but the treatment I received later, for another, systemic, disease was remarkable. The nurses were consistently attentive, kind and helpful. The food was good for an institution. The rooms are beautiful: clean, roomy, and convenient. Ample diversions are available (even a painting session!). I would not hesitate to go there again should it be necessary.

September 05, 2020

By Elaine Robnett Moore

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

My aunt is 99 yrs old, wheelchair-bound, and due to a stroke unable to care for herself or stand. This is an excellent facility for her and others. Her room is sunny, cheery, comfortable. The staff is magnificent from the doctors, nurses, and very important her daily caregivers, as well as the culinary personel and custodial crew. She has been here 4 yrs and has had the same personal caregivers the whole time. They are loving, attentive, professional, empathetic and compassionate. The staff knows her. They treat her as family, as royality. Before COVID-19 I visited her at least twice a week and know 1st hand, there have been no issues because they are thorough and her care is consistently great. If she gets a hangnail I receive a call the moment it is discovered day or night. There are musical events, crafts, bingo, movies and more. There are special events for holidays that include family. Amenities - a library,a conservatory, lounges, chapel, garden, several pianos for the residents, a hair and nail salon, and more.

November 20, 2019

By Willey

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

The room was small but kept clean and actually having the bathroom steps away from the bed made it easier for my husband to get there. The staff was always helpful and aware of my husbands needs. They were very concerned when he was having trouble walking and tried to help. In the end he needed more surgery in his back and that solved the problem. The home offers various extras such as haircut and washes, different programs and religious services. They were helpful.

July 27, 2018


I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

The nursing staff, with very few exceptions, is atrocious. My relative was here for sub-acute rehab after a major hip surgery -- she needed to learn to walk again after over three weeks in a hospital. The nurses and aides routinely ignored her requests for help (for example, they would not help her lift her legs to the bed when she was unable to do so herself), would yell at her if she asked simple questions (for example, when she asked what her blood pressure was, the nurse shoved the monitor in her face and said "read it yourself"), and often had to be asked 3 or 4 times before they would place orders for necessary meds. I witnessed all of these things while spending time at the Hebrew Home with my relative. One of the worst things i witnessed was when the nurse left the room as my relative was slowly walking to the bathroom with her walker -- my relative was unsteady on her feet after the hip surgery and at an ENORMOUS risk of falling, but the nurse (or aide) couldn't be bothered to stay in the room to assist. I helped her to the bathroom, wiped her once she was done, changed her clothes, brushed her teeth, and got her back to bed, and all the while the cal button was beeping and nobody came to help. That said, we were very pleased with the PT and OT staff, they were excellent, and there were one or two aides who seemed to genuinely care for their patients.

July 16, 2017

By Sister and Daughter

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

Service excellence: This is my second experience of havinh a family member in the rehab unit. The care is exception) from the perspective of aervice, caring and clinical expertise. We never had to put on rhe call light because the staff routinely checked in as well as anticipted the needs. Another plus is that the food is aiperb!

February 12, 2017

By Patient Advocate 1

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

Just on day 2 saw two roaches on the walls, and heard staff talking about someone saying they saw roaches. The wheelchair they brought my father was filthy and smelled singly of urine. I took the coushion off that seemed like it was never cleaned, and proceeded to clean the filthy chair. I cleaned it 3 times before the smell subsided.

August 21, 2016

By Charine

I am a friend or relative of a resident

I had a thorough tour of Hebrew Home. It was very neat and up-to-date. It had friendly staff. There seemed to be something going on every day, so the residents were very active. The rooms were clean, neat, and very well put together in terms of amenities. The staff was very knowledgeable.

May 20, 2016

By ddeariso

I visited this facility

I visited here and was interested in moving my brother here. I filled out the application and the nursing home my brother is in submitted his medical information and we have not heard anything back from them concerning my brothers admission. We have called several times to ask about the status and have been given the runaround. for 3 months now. I am just glad I found out about the bad/corrupt administration here before I moved my brother.

March 31, 2016

By Stephanie41

I am a friend or relative of a resident

We love Hebrew Home. My friend was in rehab there for five weeks. The food was not that good, and the dining area was like a cafeteria. However, they have to keep kosher, and because of that, food is not that delicious. Nevertheless, they have the most incredible rehabilitation weight machine and treadmill. Their equipment for rehab was fabulous.

January 28, 2016

By Anonymous119379450

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Hebrew Home of Greater Washington is a very good facility. The staff is very attentive, and very responsive. The rooms are kept clean, and adequate. It is not luxurious. The food is very good.

March 17, 2015

By squidy

I am a friend or relative of resident

If you care about your loved one, send them somewhere else. Although the therapy is good, and some of the nurses are good, some of the aides are HORRIBLE! The so-called activities are non-existent. We were forced to pay out of pocket for a private duty aide just so our mother could get the care that she needed without being yelled at.

December 30, 2014

By Caring101117050

I visited this facility

We are going to move my mom to Hebrew Home. We chose this place because they had a good Medicare rating and they had a very nice facility. When we went to see it, it was all clean and the residents seemed happy and engaged. They had a very good physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy component. Their long-term rooms were large. Even the rooms that were shared, they were large enough that they can bring their own chair or dresser. They can decorate it. You can make it very homey. It did not look like a hospital room. There were residents that had been there six or seven years and they told me that they really just loved it. There were all kinds of activities all day long, i.e., music, bingo, games, outside trips, religious services, and dancing. You name it, they have all of that type of stuff. My mom is blind and most facilities aren't equipped to deal with patients that are totally blind, but this is one of the ones that did have experience with that. We have eaten meals with my mom at this place. Food was good though as good as institutionalized food can be. The residents were super happy there, so the meals and attention, etc., couldn't have been that bad, or else they would not be happy.

June 26, 2013

By Jeanette7

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My mom needs extra care because of her condition and the nurses at Hebrew Home are very attentive and focused on her needs, round the clock, to make sure that she is well taken care of. She's not treated like a number she is treated as a person. They are very good.

August 30, 2012

By Caring305

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Mom's been there for about three weeks now. The whole family chose the place because it was very highly recommended for a physical therapy and I believe mom was treated well. I guess more menu options would be nice, although I don't know if that's even an option because it's a Kosher facility. But I would recommend this facility to others.

July 23, 2012

By Caring738

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Right at this moment my mom has improved much more quickly than we thought. I was happy about that. She has been to Hebrew Home for about 3 weeks. They all have different levels of care. Our family chose it from the option that's available. We like best about them is the fact that it was highly recommended for physical therapy. She was treated well and she's very happy during her stay in the facility. I will definitely recommend this facility to others.

June 29, 2012

By sam301

I am/was a resident of this facility

Overall I am satisfied with the care I received at the Hebrew Home. The food was significantly better than the hospital I was discharged from. The staff encourages group dining to foster a sense of community. There are daily activities that I was allowed to attend. There are also many volunteers that come by to help with the activities or simply visit with the residents. I had my own room. It was quiet and well furnished, almost like a hotel room. The bathrooms were, of course, accessible.Each day I had a daily session of physical therapy and occupational therapy. The therapists were friendly, and the equipment was plentiful and not in bad condition. I would also be checked by a doctor daily to monitor my general health and the nurses tended to my surgical site (drainage, bandages, etc.)Visitors are allowed at any time, and the process is handled by a front desk on the ground floor. The residents live on the 2nd floor and above.

May 30, 2012

By Guilio

I visited this facility

I found this faculty to be a terrible place. The building and its rooms were in disrepair and unclean. The staff at the faculty were unkind and appeared unwilling to aide the patients calling for them.I witnessed one patient asking a caregiver for her daily medication. She was ignored and so she asked once again for her medication. After a third request, the caregiver turned to the elderly patient and told her to, "Shut the ---- up!" and then left the room.Overall, I would hope no one I know ever ends up living in this place. The patients are so very poorly taken care of and clearly, for the most part, are very unhappy.

January 27, 2012

By Duke Lawliet

I visited this facility

After working a Summer volunteering at the Hebrew Home, I left utterly disgusted. After being barely trained by a surly and miserable head of volunteers, I was assigned to the fourth floor. Not one day into the job, I was stunned by the absolute inefficiency. It was infuriating to have to prepare the consistently requested iced tea at lunch cup by cup, as opposed to just making a pitcher, and being given conflicting duties. What really disturbed me though, was how cruel, and uncaring the nurses are. The nurses, many of whom could barely speak English, were horrible to the patients, or, as the volunteers came to view them, the inmates. I remember them teasing one poor woman who was confused, and convinced they had stolen her car keys. Oftentimes, residents were left sitting in their own waste, no one caring to aid them. The one thing I can say in the Hebrew Home's defense is that the rooms were spacious and well appointed, and accommodations were made for special cases, such as a traditional futon being provided to an elderly Japanese couple. I would not recommend this nightmare of an establishment to anyone.

October 19, 2011

By R.L

I am a friend or relative of a resident

While visiting my family member at this facility, we experienced that the staff were nice to us and very accommodating. But that not the case for my family member who was there. He was neglected to some extend where ended up have bed sores, he leg was fractured because he wanted to go the bathroom but no one came to assist him. There were times when his physical therapy classes were not handled properly or he was not taken to either. The facility was kept very clean, I would recommend them for that and meals were served on time as well. the bed linens were changed regularly as well. But there were times when we visited our family member his room would give a certain smell, that was hard to ignore and be able to stay in the room at the same time.The assistance would sometimes compliant about other living who were living there which was very offensive to me personally.overall, I would not recommend this facility to any other family.

October 14, 2011

By kkraft

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My grandmother had severe Alzheimers Disease and she spent the last few months of her life here. The nurses and doctors took good care of her and she passed away here eventually. We have a very large family ( she had 40 grandshildren) and the entire family was welcome to be with her there at the final moment. The nurses brought us all chairs and attended to our every need. They never complained about the crowd and seemed to be making the best of what could be a a sad work environment. I was very impressed with this facility and highly recommend it.

May 26, 2011

By SunnyDay1

Visited this facility

In the Summer of 2010, I volunteered for two months at the Hebrew Home in Rockville Maryland, and found the experience to be abysmal. Nurses were unqualified, and instructed me to preform tasks I was not trained for, such as disconnecting residents from oxygen tanks. Supervision was poor, and many patients were found wandering unattended. Nurses were dismissive and cruel to patients, taunting them when they became confused and emotional. Living quarters were cramped and utilitarian, and offered little privacy. Food was mediocre, clearly not providing adequate nutrition, and lacking flavor and variety. One highlight was physical therapy, but even there, negligence, and a general lack of understanding of patients problems prevailed. Overall, I was disgusted with the conditions presented.
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  • Medicare Provider Number: 215071
  • Ownership Type: Non Profit Corporation
  • Date Certified: 10/01/2020


  • Resident Capacity: 558
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