MINIER ANNOUNCED AS PRESIDENT OF IU HEALTH WHITE MEMORIAL
An IU Health Arnett Hospital Release
—Mary Minier has been appointed president of Indiana University Health White Memorial Hospital. Minier began her career with White County Memorial Hospital over 35 years ago. She has risen through the ranks serving as Business Office Director, Vice President of Revenue and Chief Operating Officer and Corporate Compliance. Minier played a key role in the transition of the hospital to IU Health White Memorial Hospital in 2011.
“Mary’s proven ability to successfully manage day-to-day leadership, facilitate critical and important projects in conjunction with our team members, developing plans, defining and communicating alternatives and making recommendations regarding appropriate courses of action based on a thorough understanding of desired outcomes, expectations and timelines, makes her an ideal candidate to serve as President of IU Health White Memorial Hospital,” stated Donald Clayton, MD, President of IU Health West Central Region.
Minier currently serves as the Regional Director of Operations for IU Health’s West Central Region which includes facilities in Benton, Clinton, Tippecanoe and White Counties; a role she will continue as she assumes her position as President of IU Health White Memorial Hospital on Monday, June 19, 2017.
“I look forward to serving in this new role. My goal is to continuously improve and enhance the services provided by IU Health White Memorial Hospital; making it the best healthcare choice for my community,” stated Mary Minier, President of IU Health White Memorial Hospital.
Minier is a life-long resident of the Monticello community and a graduate of Indiana Wesleyan University with a Master of Science and Management in Healthcare Management. Minier serves on several professional boards including the North Central Nursing Clinic and the IU Health White Memorial Foundation board. She is also very involved in the Monticello community serving as a member of the Chamber of Commerce. In 2014, Minier was nominated as Woman of the Year. In 2016, she was recognized for her Outstanding Leadership, Commitment and Service to the Chamber Board of Directors.