Section: News

Valley Presbyterian Hospital Welcomes New Senior Vice President of Finance & Chief Financial Officer

Posted on 8/2/2017

VAN NUYS, Calif. – Valley Presbyterian Hospital welcomes Janice Klostermeier as its new Senior Vice President of Finance & Chief Financial Officer.

Ms. Klostermeier brings 25 years of health care experience in all functions of hospital finance, accounting, revenue cycle and financial information management. Previously, Ms. Klostermeier served as the Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer of Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center, located in Los Angeles. She also served in financial executive positions with Emergency Medical Associates in New York and with Texas Regional Medical Center, Valley Baptist Health Center, Parkland Health and Hospital System and the Cook Children’s Health Care Systems, all within the state of Texas.

“Ms. Klostermeier’s extensive experience in hospital finance makes her a strong partner,” said Gustavo Valdespino, President & Chief Executive Officer. “We are pleased that Janice has chosen to work with us as we prepare for the future.”

In her new role, Ms. Klostermeier is responsible for finance, accounting, revenue cycle, admitting, patient financial services and health information management.

Ms. Klostermeier holds a master’s degree in health services administration from Southwest University in New Orleans, LA and a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Texas at Arlington, TX. She also holds credentials as a certified public accountant (CPA) and is a Fellow of the American College of Health Care Executives (FACHE).


Valley Presbyterian Hospital (“VPH”) is an independent, nonprofit and nonsectarian hospital serving the medical needs of the San Fernando Valley community for almost 60 years. VPH has grown to become one of the largest acute care hospitals in the Valley region and continues to provide patient-centered care for a healthy community. The 350-bed facility offers advanced technology and a full range of medical services to improve and to save lives.