Jennifer Vuu Sanchez RN, BSN, MA, is a Program Director in the Patient Safety Department. Prior to joining CRICO, Jennifer worked as a Risk Manager at Newton-Wellesley Hospital focused in the ambulatory setting where she reviewed safety reports, managed investigations and, collaborated with hospital leadership and clinicians on identifying and implementing strategies to identify actionable insights on improving patient outcomes. Clinically, Jennifer worked at MGH as nurse on a gyn/oncology unit.

Jennifer holds a bachelor’s degree in nursing from UMASS Boston and a master’s degree in management from Harvard University Extension School.

Jennifer is the patient safety liaison for the following organizations: Cooley-Dickinson, Massachusetts General Hospital, Martha’s Vineyard Hospital, Nantucket Cottage Hospital, Partners Home Health, Wentworth Douglass Hospital.

Jennifer Vuu Sanchez

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