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Hillebrand Nursing and Rehabilitation Center has been an anchor on Bridgetown Rd for over 40 years, and our legacy begins with one family’s dream for a world-class facility rooted in the local community. Our founder, James Glass, envisioned a place where the line between friends, family, and staff was blurred. He dreamed of a more gracious, genteel time, where a family atmosphere permeated everything. In 1967, his dream became a reality, and the Hillebrand Nursing and Rehabilitation Center opened for business.
Our beautiful, state of art facility was constructed in 1997. Boasting private roll-in showers, luxurious whirlpool spas, an aquarium, aviary, libraries, and even an old-fashioned ice cream parlor, our facility combines modern amenities with an environment conducive to healing both body and mind. You’ll also find state of the art rehabilitation equipment at Hillebrand, to aid you in your recovery.
Looking back on our 40+ years, we’ve had the privilege of caring for over 40,000 residents, utilizing our short term skilled rehabilitation, long term care, resident-directed care, and hospice care. In addition to the full range of high quality health care, our licensed transportation options means our residents enjoy a wide variety of activities and social gatherings (as well as excellent, home-cooked food everyday).
Hillebrand residents also understand community in a significant way, living in a facility that is an integral part of the Westside Community. Consequently, our residents enjoy frequent visits from family, friends, volunteers and neighbors. What could be finer than to cozy up in front of our fireplace to chat with your visitors? As a result of Mr. Glass’s vision becoming a reality, we’ve had the opportunity to serve discriminating clients with extraordinary care, superior hospitality, and world-class rehabilitative services. Come experience Hillebrand Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Where Extraordinary Care & Community Happens Everyday.
Hillebrand Nursing and Rehabilitation Center (a.k.a., Hillebrand) opened its doors in June of 1967. Hillebrand was named after William B. Hillebrand (1888-1965) and dedicated to the physicians serving the Western Hills area.
In 1997, Hillebrand’s beautiful new nursing home was built. The facility was built for our residents’ complete accessibility, privacy and dignity. From the private roll-in showers to the full-time staff of physical, speech and occupational therapists, Hillebrand created an environment conducive to healing both body and mind.
In forty years over 40,000 residents have utilized the services offered by Hillebrand, including short term skilled rehabilitation, long term care, resident-directed care and adult day services. In addition to the full range of high quality health care, residents enjoy a wide variety of activities, social gatherings, and excellent food. Hillebrand residents are the benefactors of living in a facility that is an integral part of the Western Hills community and, consequently, enjoy frequent visits from family, friends, volunteers and neighbors.
Hillebrand is especially proud of its exceptionally loyal and dedicated employees who embody Hillebrand’s deserved reputation for providing high quality care in a relaxed family environment.
Hillebrand is proud of their superb reputation earned over the past 40 years, and remains committed to building and preserving their legacy of excellence.