Chicago Entrepreneur Danny Shabat

Business leader and entrepreneur Danny Shabat grew up in Washington, D.C., until his mid-teens, when his family moved to New York. He studied at Mirrer Yeshiva in Brooklyn, attended Brooklyn College, and worked in the catering business and for the New York Telephone Company. In 1975, Danny Shabat married, moving to Chicago two years later. He secured employment in the nursing home industry, subsequently purchasing Royal Gardens, Diplomat, and Senn Park nursing homes.

Not content with the status quo, Danny Shabat transformed the properties. He even changed the name of Royal Gardens twice until he found satisfaction with The Waterford, A Nursing and Rehabilitation Centre. The entrepreneur also changed the name of the Senn Park facility to Heritage Nursing Home, Inc. The more successful these enterprises became, the more companies he purchased or invested in, included related businesses such as LifeCare Ambulances; LifeScan Laboratory, Inc.; and PharMore Drugs LLC. Danny Shabat has since sold LifeCare Ambulances.

LifeScan Laboratory, Inc., established in 1996, offers personalized service focusing on patient care. Maintaining high standards, the professional, friendly staff offers a comprehensive range of laboratory services. The company’s extensive quality assurance program ensures the most precise and accurate testing results. Under Danny Shabat’s ownership, representatives of LifeScan Laboratory remains available to address any needs of customers 24 hours a day, every day.

Danny Shabat also invested in Micro Innovations Corp., which manufactures and sells a number of computer-related products, including keyboards, mobile accessories, web cameras, multimedia speakers, headsets, and microphones. Based in Edison, New Jersey, the company also provides manuals, technical data, and support services. Danny Shabat’s additional business interests include Daas Management, DSFA Inc., and SFMA Inc. He serves on the Boards of Directors of the Wisconsin Institute for Torah Study and Helping Hands.


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