Marsha Sinanan-Vasishta, MBA, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, is Vice President, Nursing/Chief Nursing Officer for Mount Sinai Morningside. In this role, Ms. Sinanan-Vasishta is responsible for operations, fiscal management, and delivery of safe, timely, efficient, and equitable patient-centered care.
An accomplished nursing leader, Ms. Sinanan-Vasishta is highly skilled at collaborating with physicians, medical staff, and clinical leaders within diverse settings. In her most recent role as Interim Chief Nursing Officer and Deputy Chief Nursing Officer at Mount Sinai Morningside, Ms. Sinanan-Vasishta provided full clinical, operational, and strategic oversight to the Department of Nursing for both inpatient and critical care. Additionally, she was accountable for the high-level clinical performance across Department of Nursing for both inpatient and critical care. She was also accountable for the high-level clinical performance of the Department across multiple clinical specialties.
Prior to working at Mount Sinai, Ms. Sinanan-Vasishta was the Director of Nursing at New York-Presbyterian/Allen Hospital. There she oversaw the Emergency Department, Behavioral Health, the Dan and Jane Och Spine Hospital, and the Geriatric/Hospitalist Unit.
Ms. Sinanan-Vasishta holds a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in health care management as well as a Master of Science in Nursing from the University of Phoenix. She is board certified as a Nurse Executive, a Certified Patient Experience Professional since 2016, a member of the Transcultural Nursing Society and the International Honor Society for Nursing.
Throughout her career, Ms. Sinanan-Vasishta has encouraged, supported, and guided staff to excellent nursing practice and patient care through Magnet principles, continuous learning, and creative thinking.