According to a news release from LifeBridge, White was promoted from his post as vice president of Northwest Hospital. He began as president Oct. 1.
Warren A. Green, president and CEO of LifeBridge, said in a news release that White has "operational and strategic skills" that will make him successful in his new position.
“Throughout his employment at LifeBridge Health, he has demonstrated tremendous success in his oversight of key clinical areas, and we expect that he will elevate Northwest to even greater levels of excellence in patient care in the years to come," Green said.
Prior to serving as Northwest’s vice president, White was LifeBridge Health’s vice president for business development, the release states. In this role, he defined growth opportunities for LifeBridge Health and worked to develop new business partnerships.
White said, in the release, that he looks forward to serving the community. “I inherit a hospital with an intense focus on quality of care; one ranked among the best in patient, physician and employee satisfaction; and one that offers an uncommon blend of sophisticated medicine, technology and care," he said in a news release.
White succeeds Erik Wexler, who left Northwest in June.
Northwest Hospital is a part of LifeBridge Health, that provides health services in northwest Baltimore. LifeBridge Health also includes Sinai Hospital, Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital, Courtland Gardens Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, and related subsidiaries and affiliates.