Fernando F. Mondragon

Title: Clinical Laboratory Scientist, Supervisor
Company: Dignity Health, Community Hospital of San Bernardino
Location: San Bernardino, California, United States

Fernando F. Mondragon, Clinical Laboratory Scientist at Dignity Health, Community Hospital of San Bernardino, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Scientists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in health administration.

After initially obtaining Bachelors of Science in biochemistry from the University of California, Riverside in 1976 and a degree in clinical laboratory science from Loma Linda University in 1980, Mr. Mondragon later continued his education with a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in finance from California State University-San Bernardino School of Business and Public Administration in 1992.

For nearly four decades, from 1978 to 2017, Mr. Mondragon excelled as a clinical laboratory scientist with Dignity Health, Community Hospital of San Bernardino, a full-service, not-for-profit community hospital with more than 300 beds, providing exceptional healthcare to San Bernardino. The hospital is a Dignity Health Member, the fifth largest health system in the nation. Mr. Mondragon’s combination of experience and an MBA education have equipped him with extensive knowledge of leadership and management, as well as his medical background and experience.

Mr. Mondragon attributes his professional success to his perseverance. He was three years old when he immigrated from Mexico, and he grew up in a tough environment that brought out his natural instincts for making things work. Nature and science have always been lifelong subjects of Mr. Mondragon’s fascination. His parents, who wanted him to be a physician, have likewise been instrumental to his career path, but he leaned more toward the chemistry aspect of science. He takes the most pride in his relationships with his colleagues and all the people with whom he has worked. In the coming years, he would like to revive his career in education, as he served as a substitute teacher before entering the medical field.

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