Our History & Mission

Providing care and compassion for the elderly for more than a century

Hooverwood Living’s history dates to 1902, when our building was first established as the Jewish Shelter House. In 1929, it became the Borinstein Home, which provided care and services to the elderly. While our services have expanded considerably over the years, our mission has remained consistent: to serve the elderly with dignity, respect and the highest standards of care. Hooverwood was established at its present location in 1970 and has grown to become a well-recognized and respected facility offering skilled nursing, memory care, assisted living, adult day services and rehabilitation services. We honor our history as a Jewish nursing home, though we provide for the spiritual well-being of all of our residents. Our rich history, traditions, community involvement and commitment to person-centered care truly make Hooverwood Living a nurturing place to live and grow strong. We are a nonprofit facility with Medicare and Medicaid certifications.