Chris Alburger is the first person to be named the LGBTQ Chaplain Resident at Hebrew SeniorLife. The position, funded through a generous grant from the E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation, represents the first time a clinical pastoral education (CPE) program has educated a chaplain resident specifically for LGBT senior care.
Peace of mind is an important factor when choosing long-term chronic care for yourself or a loved one.
In the interview below, Sakhonh Kheuamun, Director of Security and Emergency Operations at Hebrew Rehabilitation Center in Boston and Victor Furtado, Director of Security and Emergency Operations at NewBridge on the Charles in Dedham, talk about the measures Hebrew SeniorLife takes on both campuses to keep patients safe without compromising their freedom and dignity.
1. Tell me a little bit about your background. Describe the education and training you received to become head of security.
At Hebrew Rehabilitation Center, we believe our patients deserve to receive care in an environment that reflects current best practices and provides for outstanding clinical care with all the comfort and choice of home. This is exactly why we are working to revitalize the top level of the Berenson Allen Building at our flagship Boston location, bringing it into alignment with the renowned patient-centered, compassionate care we provide.
The current phase of the project is being supported by generous leadership gifts from Deanna and Sidney Wolk, the Theodore W. & Evelyn G. Berenson Charitable Foundation, and Helaine Berenson Allen.