Mount Sinai Health System Appoints Beth Oliver, DNP, RN, as Senior Vice President and Chief Nursing Executive
Mount Sinai Health System has appointed Beth Oliver, DNP, RN, to the role of Senior Vice President and Chief Nursing Executive.
In this newly created role, Dr. Oliver will be responsible for the practice of nursing across the health system and will collaborate with the senior executive team as well as the chief nursing officers throughout Mount Sinai.
“As Chief Nursing Executive, her top three priorities will be ensuring the safety and quality of care for our patients, transforming the care we provide, and decreasing the overall costs of that care. These priorities, when well implemented, will improve patient experience,” said Kenneth L. Davis, MD, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Mount Sinai Health System. “In addition, Dr. Oliver will continue to develop and maintain Mount Sinai’s national reputation for excellence in nursing services. In collaboration with executive leadership and the Chief Nursing Officers, she will participate in the organization’s strategic plan—setting annual and long-term performance goals—and will leverage the Health System’s nursing excellence to advance the achievement of strategic goals, optimize clinical outcomes, enhance employee engagement, and promote a best-in-class patient experience.”
A nationally recognized cardiovascular leader, Dr. Oliver has fostered and supported evidence-based, patient-centered care throughout her career. For more than 28 years, Dr. Oliver has been a transformational cardiac nurse leader at Mount Sinai, most recently serving as Senior Vice President of Cardiac Services for the Health System, in which she leads cardiovascular service line strategy and operations for the Health System while also being responsible for ensuring the delivery of quality care to Mount Sinai Heart patients.
In addition to her Mount Sinai leadership roles, Dr. Oliver has led numerous cardiovascular health-related community outreach programs in partnership with the American Heart Association. In July 2018, Dr. Oliver was appointed President of the American Heart Association’s Board of Directors in New York City, becoming the first nurse to hold the position of Board President.
As a clinician, an executive, and a nurse, Dr. Oliver is committed to advancing population health and the current and future role of nurses in achieving this goal.
Dr. Oliver received her MS from Columbia University and her DNP from Case Western Reserve University.
About the Mount Sinai Health System
The Mount Sinai Health System is New York City's largest academic medical system, encompassing eight hospitals, a leading medical school, and a vast network of ambulatory practices throughout the greater New York region. Mount Sinai advances medicine and health through unrivaled education and translational research and discovery to deliver care that is the safest, highest-quality, most accessible and equitable, and the best value of any health system in the nation. The Health System includes approximately 7,300 primary and specialty care physicians; 13 joint-venture ambulatory surgery centers; more than 415 ambulatory practices throughout the five boroughs of New York City, Westchester, Long Island, and Florida; and more than 30 affiliated community health centers. The Mount Sinai Hospital is ranked on U.S. News & World Report's "Honor Roll" of the top 20 U.S. hospitals and is top in the nation by specialty: No. 1 in Geriatrics and top 20 in Cardiology/Heart Surgery, Diabetes/Endocrinology, Gastroenterology/GI Surgery, Neurology/Neurosurgery, Orthopedics, Pulmonology/Lung Surgery, Rehabilitation, and Urology. New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai is ranked No. 12 in Ophthalmology. Mount Sinai Kravis Children's Hospital is ranked in U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Children’s Hospitals” among the country’s best in four out of 10 pediatric specialties. The Icahn School of Medicine is one of three medical schools that have earned distinction by multiple indicators: ranked in the top 20 by U.S. News & World Report's "Best Medical Schools," aligned with a U.S. News & World Report "Honor Roll" Hospital, and No. 14 in the nation for National Institutes of Health funding. Newsweek’s “The World’s Best Smart Hospitals” ranks The Mount Sinai Hospital as No. 1 in New York and in the top five globally, and Mount Sinai Morningside in the top 20 globally.