HCA Capital Division names regional cancer VP
Angela Fletcher oversees programs in 18 hospitals across four states
Angela Fletcher is the new regional vice president of cancer programs for HCA Healthcare Capital Division and HCA’s Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute, the health system announced last week.
Fletcher oversees cancer programs in 18 hospitals across Virginia, New Hampshire, Indiana and Kentucky. She is based in Richmond and began her new role on Sept. 25.
“Angela brings experience, knowledge and strong leadership for our Sarah Cannon Cancer Institute and our oncology programs in all of our facilities. We welcome her extensive experience and perspective to our team,” Shaila Menees, HCA Healthcare Capital Division senior vice president of strategy and business development, said in a statement.
Fletcher was previously regional vice president for oncology services for Sarah Cannon in the HCA Healthcare North Carolina division. In her three-year tenure in that role she led implementation of Sarah Cannon’s governance structure and oversaw advancement for four clinical programs.
Before joining HCA, Fletcher was the vice president of clinical programs and acute medicine for Mission Health in Asheville, North Carolina. She also served as the sponsor for the Women’s Colleague Network for the North Carolina division. She started her career at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, in clinical operations, quality and systems engineering.
Fletcher received a master’s degree in organizational leadership with a focus on health care and ethical leadership from the College of St. Catherine, now St. Catherine University, in Minnesota. She is Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certified.
A division of Nashville, Tennessee-based HCA Healthcare, HCA’s Richmond-headquartered Capital Division includes 19 hospitals in Virginia, New Hampshire, Indiana and Kentucky. HCA has more than 283,000 employees, about 17,000 of whom work within the Capital Division.