HCA hires new Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center CEO
Ryan DeWeese has worked in Virginia before
HCA Virginia has hired Ryan DeWeese to be the new chief executive officer of Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center, effective Feb. 14.
DeWeese is currently chief operating officer of HCA Healthcare sister hospital Ocala Health, in Ocala, Florida, where he has been since 2020. But he is no stranger to Virginia. Before his role in Ocala, he was assistant administrator at Reston Hospital Center in Reston and associate administrator at Johnston-Willis Hospital in Richmond. He was also COO at Frankfort Regional Medical Center in Kentucky and Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center.
“Ryan has developed his career at HCA Healthcare for more than a decade, developing his leadership skills with each step in his growth. His leadership has resulted in improved patient experience, and has helped lead hospitals to continued growth and improvement,” said Tim McManus, HCA Healthcare Capital Division president, in a statement. “We are excited to welcome him back to our Capital Division team and have him take the helm at Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center during this challenging time in the healthcare industry.”
DeWeese graduated from Penn State and has a master’s degree in health administration from Virginia Commonwealth University. He, his wife and his two daughters, will live in the Fredericksburg area.
Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center is a 133-bed acute-care facility with 750 full-time and part-time staff.