Gabriel Oberfield Joins Bond’s Healthcare Team

September 23, 2021

(New York, NY): Bond, Schoeneck & King is pleased to announce that Gabriel S. Oberfield, Esq., M.S.J., has joined its New York City office as senior counsel in its Health Care practice. Oberfield was most recently Senior Vice President, Policy and Operations, Greater NY Hospital Association (GNYHA) – Continuing Care Leadership Coalition. Previously he held roles with the City of New York and the Innocence Project. During his tenure with the City of New York, Oberfield worked with the Office of the Mayor, as Operations Lead with the Housing Recovery Office, and Chief of Staff with the Department for the Aging. Among his current positions, Oberfield is Co-Chair of the New York Healthcare Cyber Alliance – as appointed by the State’s Executive branch.

According to Raul Tabora, co-chair of the firm’s health care and long term care practices, “The Bond team welcomes Gabriel to the firm’s integrated practice groups where he will leverage our existing depth in serving clients within the health care industry. Gabriel has unique experience and wide-ranging knowledge through his direction of care delivery operations during the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy and his management of a more-than-$200M suite of Vital Access Provider programs along with group purchasing initiatives that engaged provider organizations to scale up efficiencies while enhancing quality.”

Oberfield received his J.D. from Fordham University School of Law, his M.S.J. from Northwestern University and a B.A. from Brown University. In addition to joining Bond’s Health Care practice, he will be part of the firm’s Long Term Care, Cybersecurity and Data Privacy, Government Relations, as well as Labor and Employment practices. 

Bond, Schoeneck & King PLLC is a law firm with 250 lawyers serving individuals, companies, nonprofits and public sector entities in a broad range of practice areas. Bond has eight offices in New York State as well as offices in Boston, Kansas City, Naples, Florida, and Red Bank, New Jersey.