The Westchester County Association (WCA), the county’s leading voice for economic growth and development, has named Rita C. Mabli, United Hebrew President & CEO, as a 2023 Healthcare Champion. The prestigious award, conferred by a peer group of business leaders in the region, recognizes individuals for their leadership and dedication to improving lives in the communities they serve.
“I am grateful to the WCA and my colleagues for this prestigious recognition,” says Mabli, president and CEO, United Hebrew. “I am equally grateful to the staff with whom I work and to the thousands of residents that I have had the honor of serving on our senior living campus over the years.
A nationally recognized leader in the senior care industry, Mabli has over the past 40+ years transformed United Hebrew from a single nursing home to a campus of comprehensive eldercare where seniors thrive, critical for Westchester’s aging population.
Under Mabli’s leadership, United Hebrew supports some of the region’s most vulnerable elderly residents who benefit from award-winning caregivers and a close-knit community. It all adds up to a good quality of life for the 800+ residents on United Hebrew’s campus.
Mabli will receive the award at the WCAs annual “Toasting to a Healthy Westchester” wine dinner on September 20. In support of a vibrant Westchester healthcare sector, the highly anticipated event will feature influential voices in healthcare leadership, including Michael Dowling, president, and CEO, Northwell Health, as well as remarks from Assemblywoman Amy Paulin, Chair, NYS Assembly Committee on Health.
This recognition is on the heels of several accolades recently bestowed upon Mabli. Earlier this year, she received national recognition as a member of an elite group of industry professionals inducted into the inaugural 2023 McKnight’s Pinnacle Awards class. The Pinnacle Awards honors industry veterans who have set standards, driven change, and provided guidance and inspiration to peers and the senior care, skilled nursing or home care sector at large.
Learn more about “Toasting to a Healthy Westchester.”