Menorah Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing Care

Due to the vulnerability of our residents to COVID-19, and consistent with CMS guidelines,
Menorah Center suspended visitation effective March 12th.

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Outside Daylight View of Menorah Center in Landscape

Welcome to Menorah Center

Menorah Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing Care, the last not-for-profit Jewish nursing home,  provides short-term, sub acute rehabilitation and long-term nursing care. Located on 10 beautiful acres in Manhattan Beach, Menorah is an award-winning 436-bed center featuring two specialized wings; The Mollie and Jack Zicklin Hospice unit offers Menorah residents who been diagnosed with a life-limiting illness the opportunity to move within the Center to one of 16 suites that provides expanded space for family and friends to spend quality time together. It also offers the MJHS Sephardic Home Memory Care Residence, an 80-bed unit for individuals with advanced forms of dementia.

We invite you to visit our center, walk the grounds and speak with our staff, patients and residents. You will find our core values — compassion, dignity and respect — evident in all we do. If you are unable to visit us in person, we urge you to take a virtual tour.

Contact Us

Admissions: 718-851-5960






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Therapist Helping Senior Patient Exercise for Physical Rehabilitation

Get on the Road to Recovery at Menorah There is no better way to continue your recovery than with our individualized subacute rehabilitation program at Menorah. In our state-of-the-art center, you’ll receive intensive restorative therapy in an encouraging and compassionate environment. We offer equipment primarily found in hospitals, such as computerized balance testing and Omnicycles. Menorah also offers education and counseling to help you adjust to everyday life after experiencing a change in physical condition. In addition, Menorah is one of the few subacute rehab centers to offer private rooms while you are receiving rehab. Whether you are recovering from surgery, a stroke, joint replacement or a complex respiratory or prolonged illness, we are committed to helping you regain as much strength and functionality as possible so you can return safely home and resume an active lifestyle.