Anne Walsh-Feeks, MS, PA(ASCP)
Director Physician and Ambulatory Program Development
Physician & Ambulatory Network Services
North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System
Manhasset, New York
Anne Walsh-Feeks began her pathologists’ assistant career at New York University Medical Center, where she was Supervisor of Pathology. She later joined Winthrop-University Hospital in Mineola, Long Island, New York, first as Assistant Administrative Director of Laboratories, and lastly as Administrative Director of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. In 2008, she joined the North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System as Director of Physician and Ambulatory Program Development. In this role, she is responsible for the development and growth of the ambulatory side of the health system, specifically in the area of physician integration and clinical program development.
Ms. Walsh-Feeks received a BA in Biology from the City University of New York-Queens College and an MS in Health Policy and Management from the Wagner School of Public Service at New York University, New York City. She graduated from the SUNY Downstate Medical Center/Kings County Hospital Center Pathologists’ Assistant Training Program, Brooklyn, N.Y. She is a Fellow of the American Association of Pathologists’ Assistants and became certified through the ASCP Board of Certification (BOC). Ms. Walsh-Feeks has previously served as an Officer and Board Member of the American Association of Pathologists’ Assistants. She is a Member of the Editorial Advisory Board of LabMedicine, and also participates in the Joint Commission Lab Professional and Technical Advisory Committee (PTAC). She is the Topic Team Coordinator for Health and Public Policy for the ASCP Annual Meeting Educational Workgroup and chairs the ASCP Commission on Public Policy and Government Relations. Ms. Walsh-Feeks is also a Member of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE).
Ms. Walsh-Feeks is also an experienced grant writer and has received funding on a number of proposals focused on health disparities and improving access to care with a particular focus on the minority communities of Nassau County, New York. Most recently, she received grant funding through the HEAL NY initiatives to fund a prenatal clinic in a community of need in Nassau County.