Sumaya M. Noush counsels regional and multistate hospitals and health systems, specialty hospitals, academic medical centers and other healthcare organizations on a variety strategic and operational matters. These matters include: mergers, asset and membership/stock transactions, joint ventures, hospital and physician affiliations, disaffiliations, dissolutions, divestitures, management of ownership transitions, entity structure, formation and governance, medical staff bylaws, credentialing, peer review and privileging as well as survey, certification and accreditation matters.
Sumaya closely partners alongside clients as they explore strategies for the future health of their communities, their missions and their business goals. She frequently advises her clients through the challenges of daily operations and recent regulatory developments which drives her understanding of the unique issues facing healthcare organizations today.
Prior to joining McDermott, Sumaya was an associate at a large national firm, a visiting scholar at The Hastings Center, and an instructor and research fellow at Yale University’s Sherwin B. Nuland Summer Institute in Bioethics. During law school, Sumaya served as a law clerk for a nationally recognized health law practice, a legal intern at a regional community hospital, client advocate and social policy advocate at Loyola University Chicago School of Law’s Health Justice Project, and published author and managing and coordinating editor of the Annals of Health Law.
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