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Learn about the staff and advanced rehabilitation at Spaulding Nursing and Therapy Center Brighton
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Spaulding Nursing and Therapy Center Brighton

We are ready to help you rebuild and become your best self. At Spaulding Nursing and Therapy Center Brighton, our collaborative, supportive team shares a commitment to maximizing independence and quality of life for you, our patients. Through our affiliation with the Spaulding Network, we have built a reputation for superior outcomes and patients often achieve more than thought possible.

Our experienced nursing, therapy, and clinical staff is among the best in the nation, and always treat each of our patients with a highly personalized rehabilitation and recovery plan. Utilizing an evidence-based approach to care backed by decades of research, our team is dedicated to helping you achieve the best possible outcomes and return to an independent lifestyle. 

Our inpatient skilled nursing center specializes in rehabilitation for amputations, burns, heart conditions, stroke, spinal cord injuries, neurological disorders and more. We also offer behavioral and mental health services as well as spiritual care for a holistic approach to your recovery.

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For the 5th year, US News & World Report named Spaulding Brighton a best nursing home for short-term rehabilitation.

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Levels of Care

  • Skilled Nursing

Center Hours

Open 24 hours

Visitor Information for Spaulding Nursing and Therapy Center Brighton

Updated July 25, 2022

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health have expanded visitation in skilled nursing facilities to allow in-room visits for residents. 

All visitors must adhere to the core principles of infection prevention and control, which include:

Core Principles of COVID-19 Infection Prevention

  • Visitors will be screened for signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Visitors who have a positive viral test for COVID-19, symptoms of COVID-19, or currently meet the criteria for quarantine (exposed to someone with COVID-19), should not enter the facility.
  • Frequent hand hygiene (use of alcohol-based hand rub is preferred).
  • Face covering or mask (covering mouth and nose) and physical distancing at least six feet between people, in accordance with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

While not recommended, residents who are in isolation or quarantine can still receive visitors. In these cases, visits should occur in the resident’s room and the resident must wear a well-fitting face mask (if tolerated).

Before visiting residents who are in isolation or quarantine, visitors should be made aware of the potential risk of visiting and precautions necessary in order to visit the resident.

It is strongly advised that visitors to COVID-19 positive or quarantined residents should be fully vaccinated and maintain physical distance. Visitors must wear a facility-issued mask and the facility should monitor visitor compliance with hand hygiene.

Visitors should adhere to the core principles of infection prevention. Visitors who are unable to adhere to the core principles of COVID-19 infection prevention should not be permitted to visit or should be asked to leave.


Each resident in a semi-private room may have two in-room visitors at a time.

Residents who are up-to-date with the COVID-19 vaccination and visitors that are up-to-date with their COVID-19 vaccination can be unmasked and may eat together in a residents room as long as a resident does not have a roommate.

Residents who choose to eat their meal(s) in the day room may be accompanied by a visitor, however the visitors must remain masked when in the day room and may not eat while in the day room.

Visitors should minimize their time in common spaces and limit their movement throughout the unit and building.

Large gatherings and groups cannot be accommodated.

Outdoor Visitation

Visitors and residents may remove their masks and may eat together while outside.

Visitor restrictions are subject to change based on guidelines set forth by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

Thank you for your compliance. Spaulding Nursing and Therapy Brighton staff are working to ensure the safety of patients through many methods. Get more information on Spaulding’s COVID-19 response and updates.

  • 5 Stars
    We currently have the highest rating, 5 stars, the Center of Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) awards.
  • Top 10%
    Nursing department staffing is in the top 10% of the nation
  • US News
    Recognized by US News and World Report as a top Skilled Nursing Facility in the nation.

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 Current Location:Spaulding Nursing and Therapy Center BrightonSpaulding Outpatient Center BrightonSpaulding Hospital for Continuing Medical Care Cambridge
Level of Careskilled-nursingoutpatientlong-term-acute
Overnight Stay RequiredYesNoYes
Level of Therapy Intensity1-2 hrs per day, 1 day per week, min.1-2 hrs per day, 1 day per week, min.1-3 hours per day
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