Kevin Beiner has served various leadership roles at Northwell Health. Currently, he is the senior vice president and regional executive director for the Eastern Region, which includes Southside, Huntington, Glen Cove, Mather, Plainview, Syosset and South Oaks Hospitals, as well as Peconic Bay Medical Center. As regional executive director, he develops and oversees implementation of strategic plans to achieve patient satisfaction, quality, operational and financial goals for the region's hospitals and business areas. He is also responsible for coordinating activity within the region, building physician partnerships and identifying new opportunities for growth and investment.
Previously, Mr. Beiner was the deputy regional executive director for the Northwest Region, overseeing Lenox Hill Hospital, Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital and Lenox Health Greenwich Village, Northwell’s standalone emergency department. In this role, Mr. Beiner enhanced the patient experience, providing a safe and appropriate environment of care while seeing efficiencies and growing market share.
As Northwell’s chief of staff, a role which Mr. Beiner served from 2013 to 2014, he was responsible for reviewing and optimizing operational functions throughout the health system while enhancing productivity and managing cost. He worked collaboratively with Northwell’s leaders to focus on efficiencies and adopting best practices.
Mr. Beiner was executive director of Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital, a position he served after he helped the hospital transition to Northwell Health as associate executive director.
Mr. Beiner joined Northwell in 2005 as an accounts receivable representative, later becoming a financial analyst. In 2009, he was appointed director of health system operations, where he managed projects to improve overall operational performance and communications for the Office of the Chief Operating Officer.
A member of Crain’s New York Business 40 Under 40 in 2012, Mr. Beiner is a preceptor and adjunct lecturer at St. Joseph’s College in New York. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Stony Brook University and an MBA in health services management from Hofstra.