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LA MESA -- Sharp Grossmont Hospital has named two new senior managers at the La Mesa hospital.
Daniel Kindron has been named Chief Financial Officer of the 536-bed acute care hospital. Kindron has been with Sharp Grossmont Hospital since 2006. During his time at Sharp he has fulfilled interim CFO duties and served as Finance Director, Manager, Supervisor, and Senior Financial Analyst.
As CFO, Kindron’s duties include overseeing the hospital, hospice care, home infusion, centralized pharmacy, outpatient surgery and imaging centers, behavioral health, women’s center and rehabilitation. Annual net revenues total $634 million.
Kindron brings nearly 17 years of financial experience to his new role at the hospital. Before coming to Sharp Grossmont Hospital, he worked for Scripps Health (finance), Mack/Barclay, Inc. (forensic accounting), and Gateway Partners, Inc. (mergers & acquisitions). He graduated from San Diego State University with a B.S. in Business Administration, Finance.
Kindron holds an Active Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification. He was named a Sharp Grossmont Hospital Leader of the Month in 2012. He is also a current member of the Health Financial Management Association (HFMA).
The La Mesa resident is a husband and father of two girls. He was a competitive swimmer and an Olympic trial qualifier.
The hospital's managed also announced that Louise White, RN, BSN, MHA has been named Chief Nursing Officer. She has also been named Vice President of Patient Care Services and will be responsible for the Clinical Nursing Departments.
White comes to Sharp Grossmont Hospital from Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC) where she oversaw patient care services at the 378-bed hospital. She was instrumental in orchestrating and completing the successful opening of CHOC’s 250,000-square-foot medical center. She has also served as CNO and Vice President at Eisenhower Medical Center in Rancho Mirage and worked at Memorial Health Care System, Long Beach as the Vice President of Cardiovascular Services.
White has more than 25 years as a health care executive with 12 years of experience in the CNO role and has led teams to achieve Magnet re-designation and Beacon Award recognition for PICU as well as Stroke, STEMI, and Orthopedic accreditation.
She received her nursing education from North Lothian College of Nursing and Midwifery in Edinburgh, Scotland and has a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing and a Master’s Degree in Healthcare Administration.
White has been married for 30 years and has a son and two grandchildren. She has a passion for hiking and is an avid bird watcher.