Jeffrey Bokser, MHA, is Vice President for Safety, Security, and Emergency Services at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital. In this role, he is responsible for directing day-to-day operations for the Hospital’s Security, Safety, Emergency Medical Services and Emergency Management, which includes leading the Hospital’s Environment of Care Program and directing NYP’s response to internal and external emergencies. Previously, he served as Corporate Director for these functions. Mr. Bokser joined NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital in 2000 as an Administrative Resident in the Operations Division. He has held various operations management positions with increasing levels of responsibility at the NYP/Weill Cornell campus serving as Operations Analyst, Director of Business Administration, and Director of Clinical Services, overseeing day-to-day operations, budgeting, and program development across the campus. He also completed NewYork-Presbyterian’s Black Belt-Six Sigma program and spent significant time in the Quality and Patient Safety Division planning and implementing performance improvement projects across the Hospital. He is a certified Emergency Incident Commander. Mr. Bokser earned his master’s degree in Healthcare Administration from the Sloan Program at Cornell University. His undergraduate work included a bachelor’s degree in public health and business from Indiana University. Mr. Bokser’s wife Venessa is also a Cornell University graduate from the Hotel School, SC Johnson School of Business.