For Immediate Release:

Sinai Hospital of Baltimore Names Fadi Abu-Sneineh as Vice President of Performance Excellence

Baltimore, MD – As part of Sinai Hospital’s ongoing commitment to enhanced quality and performance, Fadi Abu-Sneineh, MBA, PMP, ASQ CSSBB, recently joined the organization as vice president of performance excellence. In this newly created position, Abu-Sneineh is responsible for guiding, building and leading the hospital’s Performance Excellence program to support Sinai’s mission, values and business objectives. 

“We are privileged to have Fadi Abu-Sneineh join our team. His experience and success in spearheading healthcare quality and performance directly align with our vision and culture at Sinai Hospital,” says Daniel Blum, president of Sinai Hospital and Grace Medical Center, and senior vice president at LifeBridge Health. “Fadi offers a unique perspective and will set the tone across the entire hospital as our team members constantly strive to offer the finest and safest care for our patients.” 

In his role, Abu-Sneineh is managing and coordinating hospital-wide efforts to deliver value in the development, implementation, management of Sinai’s ongoing initiatives. This includes reporting on service standards, performance/process improvements and setting priorities for making advancements in these areas. 

More specifically, Abu-Sneineh is focusing on the quality of care and reduction in length of stay in the hospital and the Emergency Department, the development of key performance indicators and the goals and monitoring tools surrounding them, and the implementation of a new Cerner Electronic Bed Board system hospital-wide. 

Prior to coming to Sinai Hospital, Abu-Sneineh held several positions of increasing responsibility at Adventist Health in Bakersfield, California, including associate vice president of operations as well as director of Process Improvement-Operational Excellence and quality project manager.  

Abu-Sneineh graduated from the University of Latvia with a Bachelor of Business Administration and from the University of Texas at Arlington with a Master of Business Administration. He is a certified Project Management Professional from the Project Management Institute as well as a certified Lean Six Sigma Black Belt from the American Society of Quality. 

Abu-Sneineh is a married father of three, two daughters and a son. Outside of work, he and his family enjoy many sports activities, such as soccer, basketball and swimming. 

About Sinai Hospital:  

Sinai Hospital of Baltimore is a 500-bed medical complex located in northwest Baltimore. Sinai Hospital is Maryland’s largest community hospital and third largest teaching hospital. Founded in 1866 as the Hebrew Hospital and Asylum, Sinai Hospital is a nonprofit healthcare organization with a mission of providing high-quality, compassionate patient care. Medical specialties include cardiology, orthopedics, neurology and pediatrics. 

Sinai Hospital is part of LifeBridge Health, one of the largest, most comprehensive providers of health services in Maryland. LifeBridge Health also includes Northwest Hospital, Carroll Hospital, Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital, Grace Medical Center and related subsidiaries and affiliates. For more information, visit

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Sharon Boston