IU Health White Memorial Leadership
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.
IU Health White Memorial Hospital Executives
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.
Renea Smith, MSN, BSN, RN
Chief Nursing Officer
Smith brings 19 plus years of healthcare experience, including cardiothoracic and vascular surgery, non-invasive cardiology and clinical education units to her role. She holds a Master of Science in Nursing and most recently served as the Director of Nursing Practice at IU Health Arnett Hospital.
Smith joined IU Health Arnett in 2012 as the team lead for Interventional Radiology. Over the years, Smith has taken on many leadership roles related to organizational change and regulatory needs through use of evidence-based practice, quality indicators and Magnet standards for nursing excellence. As the Chief Nursing Officer for IU Health White Memorial, her goal is to continue moving in the direction set by leadership and to continue raising the bar in achievement for nursing excellence.
Smith states that her passion is in resiliency, “I love making connections and ensuring anyone at any level, in or outside of work, has the tools they need to work through challenges and realize the goals are attainable. As individuals we are strong, as a team we can accomplish more. Resiliency is a foundation to accomplish many things; students who are struggling with a new concept and how to put it into practice, a caregiver who unexpectedly lost a patient, an outcome we just are not meeting for a patient or a team goal. With resiliency we find a way to keep making things happen while striving to achieve excellence.”
Smith also has a passion for professional development and continued education for herself and supporting those around her in doing so. In her free time, Smith enjoys spending time with family, being outdoors and listening to music.
Board of Directors
The West Central Region at IU Health includes IU Health White Memorial, IU Health Arnett Hospital and IU Health Frankfort Hospital. View the board of directors for the IU Health West Central Region on the IU Health Arnett Hospital leadership page.View West Central Region Board of Directors