Mr. Tindall is an executive healthcare leader with an extensive background in project management, hospital operations and team facilitation.
He holds a bachelor of arts degree from UNC-Chapel Hill and a master's degree in both business and healthcare administration from Georgia State University.
Craig started his healthcare management career with Grady in 1988 as an administrative resident and quickly became involved in the $320m Renovation and Expansion Project that added 600,000 square feet to the 1950s Grady Memorial Hospital building.
Since that time, he has skillfully handled a variety of administrative roles and responsibilities at Grady, including Director of Facilities Planning, Vice President of General and Ancillary Services and interim Executive Vice President/COO from 2006 to 2008 and currently holds the title of Senior Vice President of Operations and Facilities.
Mr. Tindall is a graduate of Leadership Atlanta (class of 2010), Leadership Georgia Hospital Association (class of 2007) and Leadership North Fulton (class of 2002), is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE) and a member of the Georgia Association of Healthcare Executives.
He also serves as a member on the Georgia State University MBA/MHA Alumni Board.
is a native of North Carolina, was raised in Chattanooga, Tennessee and has lived in Atlanta since 1985.
wife Michele have two children ages 19 and 17 and reside in Inman Park.