HCA Virginia names new Parham Doctors’ Hospital CEO
Allyssa Tobitt starts new role Nov. 7
HCA Virginia has named Allyssa Tobitt as CEO for its Richmond-based Parham Doctors’ Hospital.
Tobitt will take on the role effective Nov. 7, according to a news release. She is currently chief operating officer at Reston Hospital Center, where she planned and coordinated the development of Tysons Emergency, an emergency room, on the organization’s campus. She has worked at the Reston hospital since Aug. 2021, according to her LinkedIn account.
“Allyssa has a proven track record of operational excellence and we look forward to her joining the Parham Doctors’ team,” Ryan Jensen, CEO of Henrico Doctors’ Hospitals, said in a statement. “She drove robotic surgery growth while at Reston and she will be an asset to our program here at Parham Doctors’, which is an orthopedic leader in Central Virginia.”
Tobitt began her HCA Healthcare career in 2012 at the company’s Nashville corporate office. In addition to Reston Hospital Center, Tobitt has served in operational roles across three HCA Florida markets, including Doctors’ Hospital of Sarasota, South Bay Hospital and Aventura Hospital.
Tobitt received a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology and exercise science and master’s degree in business administration from Middle Tennessee State University.
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.