New England Sinai Hospital Welcomes New Chief Nursing Officer/Vice President of Patient Care Services Renia Noel, MS, BSN, RN-BC
Stoughton, MA – New England Sinai Hospital and its senior leadership team are pleased to welcome Renia Noel, MS, BSN, RN-BC, as the hospital’s chief nursing officer and vice president of patient care services. In this role, Noel will oversee all areas of inpatient nursing and outpatient Adult Day Health Center programs, respiratory care, diagnostic services, and biomedical support. Her top priorities will include promoting patient safety and improving the hospital’s overall patient experience.
“Renia brings an extensive clinical background to this important role that encompasses experience in patient care delivery, health information technology, health operations management, and nursing leadership,” said Justine DeFronzo, president of New England Sinai Hospital. “We are extremely fortunate to have her join our management and health care team.”
Noel began her career working as a staff registered nurse in various units at Lowell General Hospital. Over the years, she advanced into leadership positions, including Director of Emergency Nursing at Cambridge Health Alliance and Brigham & Women’s Faulkner Hospital in Boston. Additionally, she held the position of Clinical Content Lead—nurse informatics specialist at Partners Healthcare Systems in Boston and was the director of professional development for Emerson Hospital in Concord, Massachusetts. Before becoming New England Sinai’s chief nursing officer, Noel was vice president of quality and resident care services at Benchmark in Waltham, Massachusetts.
“I am excited to become a member of the New England Sinai Hospital community and look forward to collaborating and building relationships with the nursing and medical staff and with our patients,” said Noel.
Noel earned a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing and a Master of Science in health informatics and management from the University of Massachusetts Lowell. She is board certified in nursing informatics and has a certification as an infection control officer.