Short Term Care Peabody, MA

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Blueberry Hill Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center provides a premier rehabilitation program that includes special expertise in pulmonary care and complex wound care and management. The close proximity to Beverly Hospital makes it a smooth transition for those in need of post-acute and surgical care. To ensure the best rehabilitation plan, our rehabilitation director and team work closely to evaluate and determine the right therapeutic procedures for the quickest and most successful outcome.

We offer:

  • Physical, Occupational & Speech Therapy – 7 days a week
  • Expansive Rehab Gym with the latest rehabilitation equipment
  • Coordination of post-discharge care & services

We have specialized rehab expertise:

  • Complex pulmonary & respiratory cases (trach patients, bipap, cpap)
  • Complex wound care & management

The dedicated leaders and medical team at Blueberry Hill believe that daily collaboration is the key to delivering superior care and successful outcomes. Our staff includes a dedicated on-site medical director, attending physician, respiratory therapist, devoted RNs, LPNs and geriatric specialist —all highly trained and affiliated with the top local and Boston area hospitals.

Our mission at Blueberry Hill Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center is to always provide highly personalized care doing whatever it takes to help residents of Peabody, MA get well, be well and stay well.

Contact us today at 978-927-2020 to discuss how affordable short term rehabilitation can be. 


Peabody is a city in Essex County, Massachusetts, United States. At the 2010 census, the population was 51,251. Peabody is located in the North Shore region of Massachusetts. First known as the Northfields, “the Farms”, and Brooksby, the area was settled about 1626 within Salem, which had itself been founded in 1626 and incorporated in 1629. In 1752, the area was set off from Salem and incorporated as part of Danvers. It was usually referred to as “the South Parish”, associated with the church located in the center (now Peabody Square). The town began as a farming community, but its streams attracted mills which operated by water power. In particular, Peabody was a major center of New England’s leather industry, and tanneries remained a linchpin of the city’s economy into the second half of the 20th century. The tanneries have since closed, but the city remains known locally as the Leather City or Tanner City, and its high school sports teams are nicknamed the Tanners which continues to be the mascot today.

Peabody Resources:

Peabody Public Library – The Peabody Institute Library offers a variety of programs for children and adults.
Peabody Parks and Recreation – The Park Division is responsible for the development and maintenance of all City parks and playgrounds as well as the care and maintenance of school athletic fields.
Peabody Fire Department – The dedicated members of the Peabody Fire Department have made it our mission to respond to fires, medical emergencies, disasters and terrorist acts, and protect the lives and property of Peabody residents and visitors.

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