A longstanding culture of caring
With honor, respect and excellence
Beth Sholom (“House of Peace”) opened in 1945 in the Fan District of Richmond as the first Jewish home for seniors in Virginia. Guided by faith-based values such as kindness, respect and patience, our facility was soon associated with compassionate nursing care. In the late ‘50s, Beth Sholom moved to a larger campus in the West End and has continued to evolve and expand ever since. Today we serve seniors with different faiths and diverse backgrounds, but we all share the same values that inspired us from the start.
Beth Sholom Home opens in the Fan District. First Jewish home for the aged in Virginia.
With a long waiting list and the results of a study demonstrating an increasing need, Beth Sholom purchased land in neighboring Henrico County near West End.
Beth Sholom purchased 16 acres in Henrico County’s far West End and built Beth Sholom Woods for independent senior adults.
Beth Sholom Home, now called The Healthcare Center, provides skilled and long-term care for 101 residents.
New assisting living center with Memory Care opens. Provides 60 seniors the opportunity to live life with dignity and security.
Parkside Assisted Living. This latest addition has 73 studio rooms, including Memory Care.
The start of a $6.5 million renovation.
Completed a $1.3 million renovation of the Gardens Assisted Living.
Redefine Beth Sholom with focus on charitable foundation and hospice care.