Profile: Sinha Virteeka, MD 



Sinha Virteeka


Dr. Sinha is a board certified Pediatric Emergency Medicine physician with over 10 years of practice and expertise in the field of emergency medicine. Dr. Sinha completed her residency in pediatrics and a fellowship in Pediatric Emergency Medicine. She was practicing at Rutgers, NJMS for over 7 years as an Assistant Professor and an Assistant Medical Director for the Pediatric ED. She recently moved to Hackensack Meridian Health System and serves as the Assistant Medical Director for the Pediatric ED at Joseph M Sanzari Children's Hospital at NJ- the largest Children's Hospital in NJ.

Dr. Sinha serves on many operational and academic committees within the hospital and the health system. She has a passion for Quality improvement, best practice models and simulation based improvement in multi-disciplinary project improvement processes. Dr. Sinha also participates in numerous research and quality projects that work on improving quality metrics, best care practices and application of health care education in multidisciplinary teams. Dr. Sinha has research interest in pediatric trauma, team dynamics and physician wellness.

Dr. Sinha has been published widely and serves as a peer reviewer for many academic pediatric journals. She has done many media interviews and articles to highlight important pediatric care topics which include pediatric trauma, fall prevention , physician burnout and importance of early initiation of CPR in the community. She has worked and continues to work with many outreach programs to support safe practices for children throughout the state.

Dr. Sinha has been the recipient of many awards and recognition within her workplace- including her contribution to resident education and learning and presented many posters and publications at national and state conference. Her global involvement include international seminars and lectures with focus on pediatric emergent care. She enjoys pediatric emergency medicine and hopes to continue to contribute to the field in years to come.

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