Yvette Mooney

professional healthcare consulting

Yvette Mooney BSN, MS, RN, CNAA


  • Yvette's most significant accomplishment was to build a proud, professional nursing organization.
  • Co-developed a staffing optimization software program which provides predictability to the staffing function and preempts the use of overtime.
  • Decreased nursing overtime dollars by $1.3 million without cutting nursing care hours.
  • Established supply chain and staffing systems both local and international to address nursing shortages.
  • Formulated the operational commissioning plan for a new patient care tower (170,000 sq ft) and assembled a team of clinical and support staff, responsible for all aspects of patient care area design.
  • Designed, commissioned and managed a new surgical suite, ambulatory care operating room suite, satellite dialysis unit, and satellite cardiac rehabilitation center.
  • Yvette Mooney founded South Nassau Nursing Solutions (SNNS), which links health care professionals with hospitals that need experienced and qualified nurses. SNNS is based on the successful international recruiting and staffing program that she established for South Nassau to maintain a stable nurse-to-patient ratio.
  • Reduced overtime expenditures by 30% while surgical, ancillary and outpatient volume increased 25%
  • Direct operational oversight for two main revenue drivers: surgical services and emergency department
  • Led the expansion of surgical services: 12 operating suites, 3 satellite ambulatory suites and free-standing PST unit.
  • Led the industry in the field of international nurse recruitment; training, hiring and acclimation
  • Acquired and successfully transitioned 120 international nurses during national nursing shortage
  • Designed diversity based student nurse internship programs to include 6 nursing universities from Puerto Rico


  • Yvette Mooney was the Recipient of the prestigious Mary Pearson Award from South Nassau Communities Hospital
  • Annual Leadership Award from the National Association of Hispanic Nurses
  • Honoree of the 13th Annual Dinner and Gala for the Queens-Long Island Chapter of the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPIQLI). Ms Mooney was cited for her leadership in establishing recruitment and training programs that have enabled Asian-Indian professionals to pursue and forge rewarding careers in health care.
  • Recipient of the Town of Hempstead’s Pathfinder Award