From its very conception, Seven Acres was designed to provide a warm, caring and religious atmosphere for those in need of supportive care and senior living in Houston, TX.
Seven Acres traces its historic beginnings to 1943 when leaders in the Houston Jewish community, recognizing the need for a home for the Jewish aged, purchased a small house on Branard Street that could accommodate 14 residents. With that early success came more demand and growth in the services and capacity Seven Acres could offer. In 1954, a new facility on Chimney Rock Road opened its doors to welcome 31 residents. Three more expansions in five years increased the Houston senior home’s capacity to 98. In 1977, Seven Acres Jewish Home for the Aged cut the ribbons in celebration of a long-held vision – a multi- service facility at 6200 N. Braeswood Blvd, which remains our home to this day.
Seven Acres Jewish Senior Care Services is located on the Pauline Sterne Wolff Campus adjacent to The Medallion Jewish Assisted Living Residence. Building on decades of experience and elder care expertise, Seven Acres provides modern psycho-social and medical services to residents and senior clients living in our community.
We are the only Jewish nursing facility serving three kosher meals daily in the Texas Gulf Coast region. Seven Acres is a not-for-profit, non-sectarian, certified and licensed Medicaid, Medicare-accredited, and private-pay facility. We warmly welcome people of all faiths and cultures.
Located just west of Loop 610 in Southwest Houston, Seven Acres is able to provide senior living in Houston, TX including comprehensive elder care, nursing home and skilled nursing for 144 individuals – both seniors and others of all ages in need of skilled nursing after surgery, during an illness or injury or attentive care for those whose disabilities render them unable to care for their own basic needs.
Houston Senior Living: Our Story
Our more than 220 dedicated employees and hundreds of volunteers work together in an honoring and nurturing environment to provide a comprehensive range of services available to all our residents. Known for our elder care expertise, Seven Acres is frequently sought out among Houston nursing homes to assist with outreach services to the senior community, caregivers, medical professionals and other service providers to the aged in the greater Houston area.
To honor and nurture the needs of the whole person, Seven Acres offers a full complement of enhanced social, religious and cultural programs including strictly kosher meals in a caring and loving environment.
Despite the many impacts and demands of a world war raging around them, leaders in the Houston Jewish community recognized the need for a nearby home for Jewish seniors and pooled their funds to purchase a small house on Branard Street that could accommodate 14 residents.
With a growing wait list for space at Seven Acres, the community raised the funds to build a new home on Chimney Rock Road for as many as 31 residents.
Now recognized and trusted as an established senior care facility in Southwest Houston, the community worked together to fund and construct three more expansion projects in just five years, bringing the home’s capacity to 98.
Thanks to the vision, commitment and hard work of community leaders who saw the growing need to provide care and supportive living arrangements for an aging population – their own family members and the aging relatives of their non-Jewish friends and neighbors in the Meyerland, Bellaire, West University and Fondren neighborhoods − Seven Acres Jewish Home for the Aged opened its doors at 6200 N. Braeswood Blvd, our current 162,364 square feet home on seven acres in the heart of the Houston community.
The Medallion Jewish Assisted Living Residence opened its doors.
Received license to treat skilled care residents who need rehabilitation after a hospital stay.
Today, Seven Acres Jewish Senior Care Services is located on the Pauline Sterne Wolff Campus adjacent to The Medallion.
With decades of experience serving seniors, Seven Acres is well known and respected in the senior living industry as elder care experts who provide the most modern psycho-social and medical services to residents and elderly clients living in the community – a core value and vision of our community leaders since the facility’s founding.
One of the largest nonprofit long-term care facilities in Houston and the only Jewish nursing home serving the Texas Gulf Coast, Seven Acres is recognized as one of the most outstanding elder care facilities Houston, TX has to offer.
Through its medical affiliation with Trumen Physicians & Associates PLLC, its well-trained and dedicated nursing personnel, an ancillary staff of more than 220, and the caring attention of hundreds of volunteers, Seven Acres provides its religiously and culturally diverse residents the most comprehensive, personalized care and services available.
Tomorrow and the years ahead
Standing on the shoulders of the dedicated visionaries who fulfilled their promise to honor their fathers and mothers, today’s emerging leaders in the local, professional and Jewish communities are working together to ensure the legacy of Seven Acres continues to meet the needs of the next generation.
Whether participating in research, collaborating to innovate best practices, co-hosting educational forums for healthcare professionals and family caregivers, or publishing helpful information online and in large print handouts, Seven Acres’ elder care experts and local community leaders remain engaged in assessing and planning for the needs of seniors in the next decade and beyond.
“My father’s residency at Seven Acres was comforting to him
and to us. We are so thankful for your concern and support.”
Hardworking and dedicated professionals make the vision of exceptional care a reality for residents.
Barry Goldstein – Chief Executive Officer
Marsha Cayton – Chief Operating Officer/ Executive Director, The Medallion Assisted Living
Dr. Biju Oommen – Medical Director
Kristine Stauffer – Administrator of Financial Services
LaTonya Autrey – Clinical Business Director
Stephanie Barrocas – Director of Community Relations, The Medallion Assisted Living
Providing vision, stewardship, professional expertise and governance, our board members continue to drive the future of our community’s only Jewish home for seniors and others who need special care.
Board of Trustees
Paul Horwitz, M.D.
Larry W. Buck*
Lloyd “Lucky” Burke
Robert A. Caplan*
Mark Entman, M.D.
Michelle Cororve Fingeret
Leonard Goldberg, M.D.
William S. Goldberg
Leonard A. Goldstein* Roger B. Greenberg
Lorraine B. Horwitz*
Raymond L. Kalmans*
Barry M. Lewis*
Constable Alan Rosen
Joyce P. Schechter*
Lee D. Schlanger
Victor M. Shainock*
Kim S. Trimble
*denotes Seven Acres Past Presidents
FAQs and Facts
There are so many questions you may have as you or your loved one decides to move to a nursing home facility. As you consider Seven Acres Jewish Senior Care Services, the following information may help guide your decision.
What is the application process to enter Seven Acres? Is there a long waiting list?
In order for Seven Acres to properly assess our ability to care for a resident, we require recent medical information from the resident’s doctor and/or hospitalization records no more than 30 days old. In that way we can best determine which of our many levels of care would be appropriate. We also require financial information about the resident so a determination can be made as to what type of financial arrangements will be made.
In terms of waiting time for admission, please know that Seven Acres is very sensitive to often times crisis situations and we do everything possible to admit residents quickly. Seven Acres takes into consideration accommodation availability and the waiting list. However, generally speaking, residents can be admitted within 5-10 working days if all the required documentation is received.
What type of financial arrangements does Seven Acres accept?
Seven Acres accepts residents who qualify for Medicaid, and/or Medicare funding, private fees, and insurance as well as Medicare for Skilled Nursing residents. In all cases, financial arrangements must be confirmed prior to admission.
How much does Seven Acres charge?
Please call our Clinical Business Director at 713-778- 5712 for specific information about our fee structure.
Does Seven Acres accept “Medicaid pending”?
Seven Acres accepts Medicaid Pending on a case by case basis only. This process is available to those who qualify for the State of Texas Nursing Home Medicaid program. Please contact Seven Acres’ Clinical Business Director at 713-778-5712 for more information.
Is Seven Acres a skilled nursing facility?
Do you have to be Jewish to live at Seven Acres?
No. Although Seven Acres receives significant support from the Jewish community, we are a non-sectarian, not-for-profit organization which accepts persons of all faiths, ethnicities and national origins.
Does the Seven Acres campus offer Assisted Living?
Yes. The Medallion Jewish Assisted Living Residence is located on the west side of the campus.
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 Seven Acres Clinical Business Director for more information and to schedule a personal tour. Tours are available weekdays from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm and from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm on weekends. Special requests for different times can be accommodated by appointment. For weekday tours call 713-778-5712. On weekends, please call 713-778-5700. For your convenience applications can be downloaded from this website under Admissions Information.
We are blessed to have partnerships with other respected Houston-area experts in senior care:
If you believe your time and talents can contribute to the Seven Acres mission, we invite you to apply for a position on our dedicated team. Seven Acres, an equal opportunity, drug-free workplace employer, offers competitive salaries and comprehensive benefits.
To complete an application in person, you may visit our location from 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM daily including weekends at:
Seven Acres Jewish Senior Care Services
6200 N. Braeswood Blvd
Houston, TX 77074
For questions call 713-778-5732
Position Requiring Licensure/Certification
Nursing candidates must present original licenses (no photocopies) for verification prior to work. R.N., L.V.N., C.M.A., and C.N.A. licenses/certifications are subject to verification through the State of Texas.
Current Job Opportunities
Notice of Non-Discrimination Policy
Prior to employment, Seven Acres will perform a criminal history check and search nurse aide and employee misconduct registries, as required by Texas law, to determine if the applicant has a criminal conviction or has engaged in certain conduct that would bar him/her from employment.
Seven Acres requires drug testing and physical testing as condition of employment.
Seven Acres offers extensive benefits to employees.
- Health Insurance
- Dental (optional)
- Vision (optional)
- Life Insurance/Accidental Death & Dismemberment
- Vacation: 2 weeks for years 2-5 / 3 weeks for years 6-10 / 4 weeks thereafter
- Sick Leave: 6 days per first year of employment / 12 days per year thereafter
- Holidays: 9 days per year
- Retirement Plan: Employer Defined Contribution Plan
- Free Parking
- On-site Employee Cafeteria
Seven Acres complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws. In accordance with§1557 of the Affordable Care Act and its applicable regulations, Seven Acres does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, gender identity , sexual orientation, age or disability in admission to, participation in, or receipt of the services and benefits under any of its programs and activities, and in staff and employee assignments to individuals, whether carried out by Seven Acres directly, or through a contractor or any other entity with which Seven Acres arranges to carry out its programs and activities.
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