Founder Miriam Osborn’s dream was to ensure ongoing support and care for seniors, and she left a portion of her estate to carry out that vision. After her death, friend and attorney John Sterling, and renowned architect Bruce Price, designed and built the neo-Georgian style residence whose exterior remains nearly the same today. The first residents moved into The Osborn in April 1908.
Over the next century, The Osborn added large, modern independent living apartments, as well as The Pavilion, our 5-star skilled nursing facility, on-site rehabilitation and an award-winning memory care center. Today we are proud to serve more than 400 residents across our continuum of care.
In 1998, we started Osborn Home Care to bring the same caliber of care into the homes of residents in Westchester County. In 2016, we expanded into Fairfield County, CT. Last year, we provided more than 600,000 hours of home care.
To provide superior living communities and health care services to those we serve while protecting The Osborn’s long-term financial security and maintaining our commitment to charity.
We envision The Osborn to be unsurpassed as a great place to live, a great place for care, and a great place to work.