Elizabeth Herbert has been appointed Vice President for Network Services at Smilow Cancer Hospital. In addition, Herbert will serve as the administrative lead for Smilow Cancer Hospital’s Radiation Oncology services throughout the Yale New Haven Health System.
Herbert joins Smilow Cancer Hospital from Memorial Sloan Kettering (MSK) Cancer Center where she most recently served as a Senior Vice President in Hospital Administration. Herbert had administrative oversight of six academic departments at MSK and served as an executive sponsor to numerous improvement projects. Throughout her career at MSK, she served in leadership and management positions within hospital administration, human resources, compliance and internal audit, professional billing, radiation oncology, and gastroenterology.
“We are confident that Liz’s diverse executive oncology experience and proven success with improved clinical operations, patient experience, and practice management will benefit Smilow Cancer Hospital’s continued growth in our region,” said Lori Pickens, MHA, Senior Vice-President and Executive Director at Smilow Cancer Hospital. “As Vice President for Network Services, Liz will support our oncology specialty presence throughout the Yale New Haven Health System and Smilow Cancer Hospital Network and develop our strategy to meet the growing market demand for multidisciplinary cancer care. We look forward to Liz’s shared vision for personalized, integrated cancer care, and emphasis on expanded access to Smilow Cancer Care.”
Nationally, Herbert served as MSK’s representative on the Best Practices Committee for the National Comprehensive Cancer Network and was a leader in the compliance workgroup of the Alliance of Dedicated Cancer Centers. She previously served as the Executive Sponsor for MSK’s Women’s Employee Resource Network.
Herbert received her Bachelor of Science in Public Health from Rutgers University.
She started in her new position in March.