Associate Professor Term; Clinical Section Chief, Section of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine, Internal Medicine; Medical Director, Tele-ICU, Internal Medicine; Associate Chief Safety Officer, Yale New Haven Health
Insight Tele-ICU was developed by PCCSM physicians Dr. Jonathan M. Siner and Dr. Peter Marshall in conjunction with Yale-New Haven Hospital and was the first full service Tele-ICU developed for the Epic environment. Insight Tele-ICU, located in New Haven at the York Street campus, provides an extra level of care for patients and to support the bedside clinicians in the intensive care units (ICUs) at YNHHS hospitals and at other participating hospitals.
The InSight clinician can respond to emergencies within seconds, using audio visual technology to assess the patient and communicate with the patient, staff and families. These cameras are turned on only when a bedside provider or nurse requests them, during nightly rounds, or when there is an emergency or change in the patient’s condition that requires a provider’s attention.
Other benefits of Tele-ICU:
- Ensure compliance with best practices and bundles
- Mentor and guide house staff and new hires
- Respond to routine and urgent patient needs
All information is protected by federal HIPPA laws and shared only with those involved in the patient’s medical care.
35 Park Street
New Haven, CT 06519
Phone: (203) 200-2710
Fax: (203) 200-2726
Insight Tele-ICU Team
- Intensivist, Northeast Medical Group, Yale-New Haven Hospital & InSight Tele-ICUClinical Assistant Professor, Section of Pulmonary, Critical Care & Sleep MedicineDepartment of MedicineYale University School of MedicineFellowship: Yale-New Haven Hospital - Pulmonary, Critical Care, & Sleep MedicineResidency: Yale-New Haven Hospital - Internal MedicineMedical School: University of Illinois College of Medicine - MD, PhDI work as an "Intensivist" in the Medical ICU at Yale New Haven Hospital and in the InSight Tele-ICU, where I provide consultation and admission coverage to multiple hospitals in the Yale-New Haven Health System. My in-person work includes teaching activities with the Yale-New Haven Hospital Internal Medicine and Primary Care Residency programs, and my Tele-ICU work involves consultation with residents, fellows, hospitalists, subspecialty consultants, respiratory therapists, and nurses. I have been involved with the Tele-ICU program since I joined the group in 2015.
Assistant Professor of Medicine (Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine)
Assistant Professor; Chair, Cardiac Arrest and Rapid Response Committee, Yale New Haven Health System; Chair, Resuscitation, Code and Rapid Response Team Committee, Yale-New Haven Hospital; Director, Pulmonary Embolism Response Team (PERT), Yale New Haven Health System
Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine; Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine, Pulmonary, Critical Care & Sleep Medicine
- Peggy received a Bachelor's degree in Health Science with a concentration in Respiratory Care from Quinnipiac University in 2001. After graduation, she worked as a Respiratory Therapist at Yale-New Haven Hospital. She received her Master's degree from Quinnipiac University and graduated from the PA program in 2008. After receiving her NCCPA board certification she went on to practice in the Surgical Intensive Care Unit at Yale-New Haven Hospital for 3 years. She joined the Yale Center for Asthma and Airway Disease (YCAAD) in 2012 where she worked as the Clinical Program Coordinator. Peggy participated as a sub-investigator in both industry and investigator sponsored clinical trials during her years at YCAAD.She is currently working as a PA in the InSight Tele-ICU supporting bedside care in the ICUs at YNHHS hospitals.
Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
Assistant Professor; Director, LungLife Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program, Pulmonary, Critical Care & Sleep Medicine; Associate Medical Director, Medical Intensive Care Unit, Pulmonary, Critical Care & Sleep Medicine; Clinical Instructor of Medicine (Pulmonary)
- Robin has been a nurse for over 22 years, with the majority of that time spent in critical care. After completing a critical care fellowship at Mercy St. Louis, she worked as a bedside RN in the medical, surgical and trauma ICU for 7 years. Upon graduation of the Adult Nurse Practitioner program at Maryville University, she worked for 2 years with a large private Tele-ICU company, remotely monitoring ICU's throughout the country. She holds CCRN-E and FCCS certifications. She is originally from Missouri, but spent some time working in the SICU at Roper Hospital in Charleston, SC. Robin joined Yale New Haven Hospital as the Tele-ICU manager in the Fall of 2015.