Stacey A. Conklin
Stacey A. Conklin, MSN, RN-BC, MHCDS, NE-BC, is the Senior Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer at Mount Sinai South Nassau, where she oversees all nursing activities, and the more than 800 registered nurses who ensure the delivery of consistent, high-quality care. The hospital is designated as a Magnet® hospital by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) for outstanding nursing care.
Ms. Conklin also directs the development of strategies to promote the recruitment, retention, and recognition of excellence in nursing; assists in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of clinical programs and services; identifies areas for performance improvement; and prepares for and participates in Joint Commission and hospital licensure surveys.
Ms. Conklin holds a Master of Science in Health Care Delivery from Dartmouth College and has more than 20 years of diverse experience in nursing administration and patient care. Prior to her experience at Mount Sinai South Nassau, she was vice president of patient care services and CNO at the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai. Ms. Conklin’s experiences in nursing also include serving as the Infirmary’s senior director of patient care services, director of patient care services at Mount Sinai Beth Israel, and site chief information officer at North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset (NY). An adjunct professor of graduate nursing at Molloy College, where she received her Bachelor of Science in nursing, Ms. Conklin graduated from Walden University in Baltimore, Maryland with a Master of Science in Nursing.
Board-certified by the ANCC in Nursing Informatics and as a Nurse Executive, Ms. Conklin is a member of the American Nurses Association and a Fellow of The New York Academy of Medicine.