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Mitchell Cornet, MPP, MHSA


As vice president of community vaccines, public health, and strategic partnerships for Northwell Health, Mitchell Cornet leads the COVID-19 vaccine strategy, overseeing fixed vaccine locations, organizing pop-up missions, and managing diverse partnerships addressing chronic conditions and health disparities. His role includes the supervision of community health needs assessment and community service plans, collaborating closely with state, local, and community partners in vaccine and public health initiatives.

Cornet previously served as senior administrative director for Northwell Health’s medicine service line in the Western Region, handling operational and budgetary aspects of physician practices in Manhattan, Staten Island, and Brooklyn. Before that he was director of operations for the orthopedic service line at Mount Sinai Health System.

Cornet’s career also includes eight years as administrator of the OB/GYN department at the Medisys Health Network, where he led efforts to achieve a “baby-friendly hospital” designation at Jamaica Hospital Medical Center and a “centering pregnancy” certification at Flushing Hospital Medical Center. He fostered strong partnerships with organizations like the March of Dime of Greater New York, NYC Department of Health, and Medisys Health Network to reduce premature births in underserved communities of Southeast Queens.

Additionally, Cornet has been a program director and instructor at Our Lady of the Lake College in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and an adjunct professor at St. John’s University in Queens. He holds a bachelor of arts degree from St. Joseph’s University, New York, and master of public policy and master of health service administration degrees from the University of Michigan’s Ford School of Public Policy and School of Public Health, respectively.

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