Full Name
Bill Weisberg
Job Title
Saber Healthcare
Speaker Bio
William I. Weisberg has spent a lifetime in the healthcare industry. From the age of five, he has been following in his father’s footsteps and learning every aspect of the nursing home industry. His first paying job came at the age of thirteen working as a maintenance assistant for a 150 bed inner-city facility. He went on to serve in key roles within his father’s nursing home business throughout high-school and college. He left his father’s company as COO in 2001 to start Saber Healthcare.

Today Weisberg is recognized as a leading owner/operator in the industry. Weisberg presently serves on the boards of the American Healthcare Association (AHCA), Pennsylvania Healthcare Association as Vice Chair (PHCA), Ohio Healthcare Association (OHCA) and North Carolina Health Care Facilities Association (NCHCFA) as well as a member of the executive committee of CPAC and other PAC boards.
His broad career path and hands-on experience at every level of the business, led to Weisberg becoming the founder of Saber Healthcare Group, LLC, a super-regional post-acute and seniors housing operations consulting company that specializes in turning around under-performing facilities, as well as developing and stabilizing brand new healthcare facilities.

Saber began when it acquired two skilled nursing care facilities in the Cleveland, Ohio area and began a successful track record of taking control of troubled facilities with operating losses, improving census, management operations, and building a culture of care first. Weisberg currently sits as the CEO of Saber’s portfolio business which today consists of 142 facilities in 6 states, which employs over 17,000 professionals.

Weisberg received his BA in Political Science from Cleveland State in 1993. In 1998, while working full-time managing multiple facilities, Weisberg completed his Masters Degree in Public Administration with a focus on public works and health issues from Cleveland State
Bill Weisberg