HCA Virginia names CEO for two hospitals

HCA Virginia has selected William Lunn, M.D., CEO of Chippenham Hospital and Johnston-Willis Hospital, both in Richmond, Va., effective May 13. He recently served as president and CEO of Tulane Health System in New Orleans. 

Mercy Health Saint Mary’s names new president

Grand Rapids, Mich.-based Mercy Health Saint Mary’s has appointed Hyung Tai Kim, M.D., president effective May 6. He currently serves as  senior associate dean for clinical affairs at Michigan State University College of Human Medicine in East Lansing, Mich.

Largo Medical Center announces new CEO

Largo (Fla.) Medical Center, part of Tampa-based HCA West Florida, has named Adam Rudd CEO. Rudd most recently served as CEO of HCA's Southern Hills Hospital and Medical Center in Las Vegas since 2015. 

Anderson Regional Health System names CMO

Meridian, Miss.-based Anderson Regional Health System has selected Keith Everett, M.D., vice president and chief medical officer. He spent 34 years with Meridian Ophthalmic Associates specializing in medical and surgical ophthalmology before serving as medical director for Mississippi Affiliated Health Network. 

Northside Hospital names CEO

St. Petersburg, Fla.-based Northside Hospital has named Valerie Powell-Stafford CEO. She served the past three years as CEO of Englewood (Fla.) Community Hospital. 

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