Sarveshwari Singh has been working at MedStar Health in patient safety and quality improvement for the Corporate Vice President of Patient Safety and Quality Improvement and for the Assistant Vice President for education since July 2012 as a part-time employee. Since January 2016, she has transitioned to a full-time position, working as a consultant and research assistant in the same department. Sarveshwari is an Adjunct Faculty member at MIQS.
At MedStar, she has written papers on topics of patient and family engagement, high reliability, and failure to rescue. She presented a poster on the evaluation of the summer program for the Academy for Emerging Leaders in Patient Safety and presented work on rapid response systems at the MedStar PFAC meeting.
She holds an MS in physiology and biophysics from Georgetown University and a BS in biology from George Washington University. She plans on attending medical school in the future and continuing work in patient safety and quality improvement.