Full Name
Elizabeth Menschner DNP, MAS, MSN, RN, NEA-BC
Job Title
Vice President of Patient Care Services
Riddle Memorial Hospital
Speaker Bio
Elizabeth (Liz) Menschner is a proven transformational leader with successful outcomes for creating innovative approaches to care delivery models, enhancing capacity management and throughput, evidence base approaches to preventable harm and engaging with all levels of an organization. Her passions include eliminating preventable harm, improving the patient experience, mentoring and creating a healthy work environment for her team members and interdisciplinary team members. She excels with engaging physicians, Advanced Practice Providers and all levels of staff both licensed and unlicensed. She has led the development of the three-year strategic plan for the Pennsylvania Organization of Nurse Leaders during her tenure as President of the Board of Directors.
She currently serves as the Vice President of Patient Care Services at Riddle Hospital, part of the not- for-profit Main Line Health System in Media, Pa. She previously served as interim CNO and VP of patient care for Temple University Health System, a not-for-profit safety-net hospital in Philadelphia, PA. At Temple, she led the development, implementation and evaluation of nursing practice and patient care standards across the acute care hospital. Liz brings more than 30 years of hospital operations experience and nursing excellence, including five years as Vice President/Associate Chief Nursing Officer, and over ten years as Director of Nursing for various specialties including medical/surgical services, critical care, cancer center/infusion/radiation oncology bone marrow and solid organ transplant in both major academic health systems and community-based hospitals. Liz has held system responsibility for standardizing nursing practice for Temple University Health System. She engages and collaborates with various Schools of Nursing to create a new generation of nurses.
She holds a doctorate of executive nursing practice from Drexel University, a master’s degree in nursing from the University of Phoenix, a Master of Science degree from the Johns Hopkins Carey School of Business and a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Gwynedd-Mercy College and is board certified in Nursing Executive Advanced by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
Elizabeth Menschner