Master of Health Administration

MHA In Focus: Alyeah E. Ramjit, MS, MHA '15

Alyeah E. Ramjit, MS, MHA
Administrative Manager, Mobile Integrated Healthcare/Community Paramedicine Program
Northwell Health

Alyeah E. Ramjit has served in healthcare for 10 years beginning her career as an Emergency Medical Technician in the City of New York. She currently serves as the Administrative Manager for Northwell Health’s Mobile Integrated Healthcare/Community Paramedicine Program where she oversees programmatic design and care management of the Advanced Illness population through the use of pre-hospital care providers.

Prior to her time with Northwell Health, Ms. Ramjit further gained experience as a Project Manager, Integrated Care with the Suffolk Care Collaborative overseeing the creation of an integrated delivery service using PCMH accreditation to create practice transformation, IT/provider integration, community engagement, network development and performance and quality improvement. In addition, Ms. Ramjit has experience in Medicare Part D, Long-Term Care & Rehabilitation and Hospital operations.

Ms. Ramjit also serves as an Advisory Board Member for the Graduate Program in Health Administration at Stony Brook University (SBU) and Clinical Assistant Professor with the School of Health Technology and Management. Ms. Ramjit is a two-time graduate from New York Institute of Technology holding a Bachelor of Science in Life Sciences/Biology and a Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition. In addition, she also holds a Master of Health Administration with distinction from Hofstra University. She also served as President of the Master of Health Administration Alumni Association at Hofstra University. Her additional volunteer activities include serving as Chair of the Membership Committee with Healthcare Leaders of New York, member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and a member of Healthcare Executives Club. She is a recipient of the American College of Healthcare Executives 2018 Early Career Healthcare Executive Regent’s Award.

Alyeah E. Ramjit