Healthcare Management Association — Central New York
American College of Healthcare Executives 2020 Award of Chapter Merit
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Chapter Leadership

Chapter Leadership - Mini Malhotra

Mini Malhotra, FACHE, MBA, MHA

Mini Malhotra MBA, MHA has 24 years of extensive healthcare leadership experience in hospital, post-acute care and integrated healthcare system leadership as well as academics, research and private sector business development.

Ms. Malhotra is currently administrator of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Services and interim administrator of Neuroscience Services at Upstate Medical University/ Upstate Medical University Hospital. Prior to joining Upstate, she worked in senior leadership, administration positions at Arnot Health Inc., NY- Partnership for Neuroscience with University of Rochester Medical Center ( URMC); Faxton St-Luke’s Healthcare System, Utica, NY; University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC), Pittsburgh, PA; and Humana Hospital Sunrise, Las Vegas, NV. She played a key role in managing successful execution of competitive multi-million State/Federal grant for implementation of Integrated Healthcare Delivery System and Community Based Healthcare.

She is an elected Board member for the Health Care Management Association of CNY, the local chapter of ACHE and was a recipient of 2016 ACHE Regent’s and 40 under 40 Mohawk Valley leadership awards. Her prior roles included, an adjunct faculty at University of Pittsburgh School of Health and Allied Sciences in Pittsburgh, PA.  She has been invited speaker for numerous conferences, spokesperson for media interviews & coverage on CNY TV stations and is a certified Development Dimensions International, Inc. facilitator/trainer for executive leadership education.

Ms. Malhotra holds Master of Business Administration (MBA) from University of Pittsburgh Katz Graduate School of Business, Master of Health Administration (MHA) from University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Health Administration and holds special advanced certification from the Cornell University Johnson Graduate School of Management’s Academy for Healthcare Leadership.

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