They Who Care, Heal

At Sherrill House we are committed to the principle of our motto "Diligunt Sanant" or "They Who Care, Heal." We are an independent, not-for-profit, skilled nursing and rehabilitation center. Located in the vibrant Jamaica Plain neighborhood of Boston, we are minutes away from world renowned hospitals such as Brigham and Women's, Beth Israel/Deaconess Medical Center, New England Baptist, Faulkner, Boston Medical Center and Massachusetts General.

Ellen Goodman

On Sunday June 14th Sherrill House hosted a presentation by Pulitzer Prize winning journalist, Globe columnist and Co-Founder of the Conversation Project, Ellen Goodman, on “the most important conversation Americans aren’t having – the conversation about end-of-life care.” 350 people filled the pews of Trinity Church, Copley Square, to hear Ellen share with humor and honesty her personal story as a caregiver to her mother. The Conversation Project is described as having “the audacious goal of changing our nation’s culture so that everyone’s wishes for end of life care are both expressed and respected.”
For further information and to download the Conversation Project Starter Kit, visit www.theconversationproject.org.

Short Term Care

Our Return to Home™ team all work together to do just that.
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Long Term Care

Our primary care nursing model puts the residents' needs first and foremost.
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Alzheimer’s Care

Our staff and programs employ a developmental approach, in a safe, nurturing environment.
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Lewy Body Dementia Care
Tailored to each resident living with Lewy body disease.