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Our constant pursuit of excellence through leading-edge medicine and scientific innovation at IU Health is guided by our executive leadership and board of directors. Learn more about those who lead IU Health White Memorial Hospital.
Mary Minier has served as president of IU Health White Memorial Hospital since 2017. Prior to this role, she was the regional director of operations for IU Health’s West Central Region. She began her career with the hospital in the early 1980s, advancing through several managerial roles including vice president of revenue, chief operating officer and corporate compliance officer. Minier played a key role in the transition of the county hospital to IU Health White Memorial Hospital in 2011.
Minier is lifelong resident of the Monticello community and a graduate of Indiana Wesleyan University, where she earned a master’s degree 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 and in 2016, she was recognized for her Outstanding Leadership, Commitment and Service to the Chamber Board of Directors. In 2017, Minier received the Chamber’s prestigious George Armstrong Spencer Award for her continuous dedication to the community.
Robin Smith has been CNO at IU Health White Memorial since 2011. In this role, she is responsible for the professional practice of nurses at the hospital. Smith has been a team member at the hospital since 1993, when she started her career here as a student nurse. She went on to serve as a nurse on Med-Surg and SCU, then as nursing supervisor and then for 11 years she was a certified infection preventionist and employee health nurse.
Smith received her RN from St. Elizabeth School of Nursing, her bachelor’s of science in nursing from St. Joseph’s College and her master’s of science in public health (MSPH) from Walden University. She is a member of ANA and AONE.
Smith has been married to her husband, Dana, since December 1985. They have two adult son, Brandon and Mason, and are blessed with four grandchildren: Olivia, Parker, Jackson and Jaycee. Smith and her husband spend their free time on the river, traveling in their RV and riding their motorcycle.