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Ann Marie Sullivan, MD

Brief Bio and CV

Ann Marie Sullivan, M.D. is the Senior Vice President for the Queens Health Network of the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation. As Senior Vice President, she is responsible for Elmhurst and Queens Hospital Centers, two public hospitals which have been serving the Queens Community of over 2 million New York City residents. 

These hospitals are located in the most ethnically diverse neighborhoods in the country. The Queens Network, a teaching affiliate of the Mount Sinai School of Medicine currently comprises 800 acute care beds, of which 300 are psychiatric, a trauma, cancer and stroke center, a large comprehensive Women’s Health Services, Adult and Pediatric Primary Care.

Mental Health Services are comprehensive and provide the full continuum of care.  There are specialized services for the multicultural community, as the network serves the most ethnically diverse area in the United States. Mental Health Services include inpatient, ambulatory, psychiatric emergency, crisis and Act Teams and large substance abuse treatment centers.  Adult and child residencies are affiliated with the Mt. Sinai School of Medicine.

Dr. Sullivan grew up in South Ozone Park Queens, New York City, attended NYU Medical School and completed her Psychiatric Residency at New York University/ Bellevue Hospital in1978. She has served as the Associate Director of Psychiatry and Medical Director of Ambulatory Care at the Gouverneur Diagnostic and Treatment Center and joined the Queens Health Network as the Regional Director of Psychiatry in 1990. Dr. Sullivan is a Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, and has taught, lectured and written widely on community based psychiatric services. 

She has currently been appointed to the NY State Public Health and Health Planning Council and its Mental Health Services Committee, the NY State Medicaid Redesign Team and the NQF Hospital Measures Group.  She is also on the Board of Directors of theNew York City Mental Health Association. 

She is an active advocate for her patients and her profession, is a Distinguished Fellow  of the American Psychiatric Association and has served as the Speaker of the APA Assembly and on its Board of Trustees.  She is a fellow of the New York Academy of Medicine,  a member of the American College of Psychiatrists and the Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry.

Dr. Sullivan lives in NY City with her husband Stephen who is also a psychiatrist and has two daughters Elizabeth and Christine.


Follow the link below for Dr. Sullivan's abbreviated curriculum vitae.

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