President, Sinai Hospital
Amy Perry is the president of Sinai Hospital of Baltimore
and executive vice president of LifeBridge Health
. Perry brings a wealth of experience in inpatient and outpatient operations, strategic planning, construction, government affairs, clinical services, facilities, property management, capital deployment, marketing and human resources to her position. This is more than just an impressive array of experience – it translates into exemplary care for patients.
Before coming to Sinai Hospital, Perry served as senior vice president and chief operating officer of Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami Beach, Florida. This 672- bed, not-for-profit independent academic medical center has two campuses, including the main hospital and one large satellite center with a free-standing emergency department, cancer institute, imaging, free-standing cardiac catheterization laboratory and physician offices. Perry worked to successfully position Mount Sinai Medical Center as a regional referral leader in a very competitive market.
The medical center was named one of U.S. News & World Report’s
Best Hospitals for geriatrics; it also participated in vital National Institutes of Health−funded research in cancer, cardiology, Alzheimer’s disease and pulmonary medicine. These efforts have made significant advancements in immediate and long-term patient care.
Since Perry’s arrival at LifeBridge Health in March 2013, she has been focused on the finalization of the LifeBridge Health strategic plan and implementation schedule. Health care is undergoing dramatic change as the Affordable Care Act is further rolled out and as Maryland implements its new all-payer model with the Centers forMedicare and Medicaid Services. Perry is preparing the organization for the future – elevating its reputation for excellence by expanding its destination programs; enhancing its value through quality and efficiency initiatives; and supporting an array of targeted programs to improve population health.
In July 2013, Perry was named one of the Baltimore Sun
’s “50 Women to Watch.” She remains a strong advocate of innovation and continuous performance improvement in disease prevention, chronic disease management, comprehensive diagnosis and advanced treatment. She believes that “technology and collaboration will be the key to success in this new era of health care, and LifeBridge Health will be on the forefront.”
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