Albert R. Deininger
Albert R. Deininger, FACHE
Vice President of Construction and Facilities
Albert R. Deininger is responsible for daily operations of The New White Memorial, White Memorial's campus wide construction project. He is also responsible for all of the hospital’s facilities operations. The massive campus rebuild project has spanned more than 10 years, with a cost of approximately $250 million. In addition, Albert has overseen construction of the hospital’s new medical office building, a state-of-the-art imaging center, above ground and underground parking garages, and an ambulatory surgery center and arrhythmia center which are now underway.
Having worked within the Adventist Health System throughout his career, Albert has held administrative positions for nearly 30 years. He provided leadership as an assistant administrator for clinical services at Kettering Medical Center in Dayton, Ohio, and President of Taiwan Adventist Hospital in Taipei, Taiwan, before arriving at White Memorial in 1987. During his time in Taiwan, Albert also served on the board of the Mennonite Christian Hospital for eight years.
Prior to this, he was patient accounts manager at New England Memorial Hospital in Stoneham, Mass.
Albert's education includes a bachelor's degree in business administration from Atlantic Union College in South Lancaster, Massachusetts, and a master’s degree in healthcare administration from The George Washington University in Washington D.C. He served a clerkship at Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis, Maryland, and an administrative residency at Graham Hospital Association in Canton, Illinois.
Albert currently serves as a Board Member of the White Memorial Seventh-day Adventist Church, Adventist Health International and the Latin Business Association. He is also a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives.
Albert's management philosophy can be easily summarized: To provide the resources needed for people with motivation to achieve the goals of the organization, and to achieve personal growth and daily job satisfaction.