Visiting Nurse Service of New York
Jill Goldstein, MS, MA, RN, serves the Visiting Nurse Service of New York as Vice President, Emergency Response System, Infusion Care and Post-Acute Care in the Bronx and Westchester Counties. In her eight-year tenure at VNSNY, she has also held managerial responsibilities in both Behavioral Health and Congregate Care community programs.
Goldstein has served on nursing frontlines for twenty-eight years. Prior to her work with VNSNY, she held clinical and management positions at Mount Sinai Hospital System and New York University Langone Medical Center. She received her BSN from the State University of New York at Binghamton, her MA in Nursing Administration from New York University and her MS in Health Care Administration from New York University’s Wagner School of Public Health.
In 2013, she was inducted as a Fellow to the New York Academy of Medicine and called to co-lead the NYS Action Coalition Nurse Leadership Team and steering committee to move NYS forward with IOM recommendations to engage, activate and increase the presence of qualified nurses to local, state, federal, community boards. That same year, she was awarded both regional and national Nurse.com "GEM" Awards (Giving Excellence Meaning) for New York/New Jersey, in Home, Community and Ambulatory Care, and recognized by The New York Times Tribute to Nurses as a Finalist for "Post-Sandy Relief” in the Team Award category. ADVANCE.com recognized Jill and her colleagues as "Best Nursing Team, Northeast Region, Adaptability."
Goldstein is an active member of national, state and local nursing organizations, including the American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE) and the Visiting Nurse Association of America (VNAA), where she recently gave presentations about VNSNY’s emergency response during and after Super Storm Sandy. She has been active with state and local chapters of New York Organization of Nurse Executives and Leaders (NYONEL) and Greater New York Nassau/Suffolk Nurse Executives and Leaders (GNYNSONEL), where she served as Secretary and President from 2004-2013. She received the “New York Organization of Nurse Executive Leadership Award in Recognition of Creative Leadership in Nursing Practice” in 2007, 2011 and 2012. Her research has been published in the American Spinal Injury Association’s Topics in Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation journal, and in 2008, she traveled to the Wenzhou School of Nursing in China to present the community care model, Naturally Occurring Retirement Communities (NORCs).