The Medallion Assisted Living Residence

The Medallion

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Houston Assisted Living Residence

The Medallion assisted living campus offers Houstonian’s services that seniors need while maintaining their dignity, quality of life, and a sense of independence. With the benefit of eight decades of experience caring for seniors, our staff, residents, and families work together to make The Medallion a special place to call home. Come and be part of our warm and supportive senior assisted living community.

  • Jewish cultural programs and holidays observed
  • Access to on-site skilled nursing care/long-term care services
  • A warm, friendly, private residence with 52 beautifully appointed apartments
  • Abundant community friendships, hobbies, and social activities
  • Engagement with friends, families, volunteer, and staff
  • Inclusive atmosphere with chaplains available to welcome and support all faiths

Centrally Located

Situated near Houston’s Medical Center and some of Houston’s best shopping, sports, entertainment, and social attractions, The Medallion Jewish Assisted Living Residence is located at 6262 N. Braeswood Boulevard on the beautiful Pauline Sterne Wolff campus adjacent to Seven Acres Jewish Senior Care Services in Southwest Houston.

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Floor Plans

The Medallion offers several floor plans from which residents can choose.
Our basic apartment plan accommodations:

1 Bedroom – 467 Sq Ft
1 Bedroom – 467 Sq Ft
2 Bedroom – 538 Sq Ft
2 Bedroom – 538 Sq Ft
Studio – 298 Sq Ft
Studio – 298 Sq Ft
Deluxe Suite – 374 Sq Ft
Deluxe Suite – 374 Sq Ft
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FAQs and Facts

What is the application process for The Medallion?
After touring our community, an apartment may be selected. A community fee is required to reserve the apartment. The community fee will hold the apartment for thirty days.

The next step is an assessment by the Director of Resident Care. The Medallion strives to provide every resident with the services they need, and this assessment ensures that we can provide the services that the resident needs.

Additionally, the prospective resident’s physician will complete a form that provides our team with the resident’s health history. The physician may be an attending physician at a skilled nursing facility.

Both the assessment described above, and the physician’s form must be completed within 30 days of move-in.

Once we have completed the assessment and have the physician’s statement, The Medallion offers individualized admission forms and a contract for residence.

The following documents need to be provided:

  • State Identification Card
  • Social Security Card
  • Medicare Card and other Insurance
  • Covid Vaccination Cards
  • Copies of any advanced directives.

A check for the balance of the month’s rent will be expected. This amount is prorated.

Does The Medallion accept insurance as payment?
The Medallion does not accept Medicare, Medicaid, or other types of health insurance. Long Term Care policies that offer payment for Assisted Living are accepted.
What type of financial arrangements does The Medallion accept?

The Medallion is a private pay residence. The resident or responsible party is billed monthly. Forms of payment accepted are check, ACH payment, or credit card.

Note: Credit Card fees apply.

What does The Medallion charge?

The Medallion offers a variety of floor plans and care packages. Please call our Sales and Marketing Manager, 713-778-5702, for specific information about The Medallion’s fee structure.

Do you have to be Jewish to live at The Medallion?
No. Although Seven Acres and The Medallion receives significant support from the Jewish community, The Medallion is a non-sectarian, not-for-profit organization which accepts persons of all faiths, ethnicities, and national origins.
Does The Medallion offer memory care?
No, we do not have a memory care community.
Does The Medallion offer skilled nursing?
Yes, skilled nursing services are available on the Seven Acres campus, adjacent to The Medallion.
I have many other questions which I would like to ask. What is the best way for me to find out more information?

The best way to find out about our community is to take a tour of the campus. Please contact The Medallion’s Sales and Marketing Manager for more information and to schedule a tour. Tours are available weekdays from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. Special requests for different times can be accommodated by appointment. For weekday tours call 713-778-5702.

Support Services Available

  • Assistance with bathing, grooming, and dressing
  • Medication management
  • 24-hour assistance + personal call system
  • Kosher dining with personalized meal planning
  • Chaplaincy services
  • Housekeeping + Laundry Services
  • Scheduled transportation
  • Active recreational + social programs
  • Visiting physicians + on-site rehabilitation and physical therapy services
  • Convenient access to all Seven Acres services and programs


  • Wellness Center
  • Beauty salon
  • Apartment kitchenette featuring granite countertops, refrigerator, and microwave
  • Elegant dining room and luxurious common areas
  • Media room and activity center
  • Library and games room areas
  • Basic T.V. service, access to Wi-Fi, and apartments wired for internet
  • Beautiful courtyards

Vibrant Lifestyle

  • Jewish cultural programs and holidays observed
  • A warm, friendly, private residence with 52 beautifully appointed apartments
  • Abundant community friendships, hobbies, and social activities
  • Engagement with friends, families, volunteer, and staff


Volunteer Opportunities at The Medallion

Volunteers are like family, and we appreciate those who graciously support our resident activities. Volunteers brighten our community and most importantly enhance our resident’s quality of life. The Medallion has a wide variety of volunteer opportunities for people of all ages. Volunteers assist staff and residents in projects, tasks, and daily activities.

Adult Volunteers:

Whatever your interests or skills are we look forward to finding meaningful ways to put you to work. Whether you are helping with recreational activities, teaching arts or crafts, providing companionship, or getting to know our residents, volunteering is a richly rewarding experience for those who spend time at The Medallion.

Intergenerational Volunteers:

Intergenerational programs are very much appreciated. The Medallion residents enjoy meeting students and supporting their community services requirements for school. We encourage students to find opportunities to participate at The Medallion for their Bar and Bat Mitzvah projects, summer holiday, spring, and winter-break community engagement programs. The Medallion offers after-school and weekend activities that may be interesting for students. Let us know what your interests are, and we will assist with scheduling your activities, program, or project.

Help is always welcome for:

  • Bingo and games
  • One on one visits
  • Serving coffee
  • Monthly challah baking
  • Assisting with activities
  • Leading special interest groups
  • Assisting with events
  • Playing an instrument or facilitating a music program
  • Helping with religious services
  • Joining Shabbat celebrations

For more information regarding volunteer opportunities, please contact Jill Newman, Director of Life Enrichment and Volunteer Services, 713-778-5782 or

Come see for yourself what The Medallion has to offer


Loren Gordon, Sales and Marketing Manager

Receptionist/Information: 713-778-5777