Eric Bieber, MD, President & CEO, Rochester Regional Health
Dr. Bieber is responsible for guiding the successful development and growth of Rochester Regional Health as the model integrated healthcare provider in our region known for improving patient health, enhancing the care experience and reducing costs.
Areas of expertise
Population Health, Accountable Care Organizations (ACO)
With over 20 years of progressive leadership experience in highly diverse organizations, Dr. Bieber has a strong record of significant accomplishments. His expertise is focused in delivering exceptional operational performance while evolving and meeting system strategic goals. His leadership style emphasizes staff empowerment and partnering to drive ever-improving financial performance, clinical outcomes, quality improvement and an outstanding patient experience.
Prior to joining Rochester Regional Health in 2014, Dr. Bieber was the President of Community Hospitals West Region, University Hospitals in Cleveland, Ohio, as well as President, University Hospitals Accountable Care Organizations and System Chief Medical Officer, University Hospitals. He also held several positions at Geisinger Health System, including Executive Vice President, Strategic Network Development and Chief Medical Officer.
Dr. Bieber was also an Associate Professor at the University of Chicago.
- Diplomat, National Board of Medical Examiners
- Board Certified, ABOG-Reproductive Endocrinology (re-certified in 2014)
- Board Certified, ABOG-General (re-certified in 2014)
Education & Training
- MS, Health Care Management, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA 2002 – 2004
- Fellowship, Reproductive Endocrinology, University Of Chicago, Chicago, IL 1990 – 1993
- Residency, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Rush St. Luke’s Presbyterian Hospital, Chicago, IL 1986 – 1990
- Medical Doctorate, Loyola-Stritch School of Medicine, Maywood, IL 1982 – 1986
- MS, Microbiology, Illinois State University, Normal, IL 1981 – 1984
- BA, Biology, Magna Cum Laude, Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington, IL 1978 – 1981