Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center & Hospital, Jewish Nursing Home in Baltimore, Maryland
Levindale was founded in 1890 as the Hebrew Friendly Inn. Later, it was renamed Levindale for Louis H. Levin, a former executive director of The Associated Jewish Charities. Levindale is an agency of The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore. Levindale provides full-time chaplaincy of all religions. However, Levindale is a Jewish center, and Jewish celebrations, observances of Jewish holidays and customs, and Jewish laws are followed.
In 1996, Levindale united with Sinai Hospital to form the Sinai Health System. Then in 1998, Sinai Health merged with Northwest Hospital to become LifeBridge Health. This distinctive system, which now also includes Carroll Hospital, brings a full continuum of health care services to the community.
Today, Levindale is a 330-licensed-bed facility offering complex medical care to help patients regain function and vitality after a life-altering illness or injury. Levindale is passionate about providing the best medical and emotional care for its residents and patients.