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Magee Rehabilitation

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Leading the way in innovative techniques and rehabilitation therapy from the very beginning, Magee Rehabilitation is now acclaimed as one of the best rehabilitation hospitals in the nation, due to the vision of Anna Magee and her legacy to the community in the Philadelphia region.

A former factory at 1513 Race Street was ideal because of its central location and open floor space. The building was purchased from American Meter Company, and construction and renovations began in December 1956. The total cost of the project, which was designed for 39 patients, amounted to about $2.5 million.

Opening ceremonies for Magee Memorial Hospital for Convalescents were held on March 9, 1958.