Richmond, Va. (Feb. 7, 2017) — HCA Virginia has announced that David Donaldson will serve as chief executive officer for Parham Doctors’ Hospital.
“David is an accomplished leader and has made a positive impact on our organization,” said Will Wagnon, chief executive officer of Henrico Doctors’ Hospitals. “With his commitment to high-quality care and success in implementing new business growth programs, I am excited to welcome David’s leadership to the Parham Doctors’ Hospital team.”
Donaldson previously served as the chief operating officer of Henrico Doctors’ Hospital for three years. Prior to his role as COO, Donaldson served in several leadership roles at Swedish Medical Center in Denver. His most recent role at Swedish was associate chief operating officer from 2010-2014.
During his time at Henrico Doctors’ Hospital, Donaldson led the day-to-day operations for the facility, overseeing the hospital’s key service lines including cardiovascular, neurology, neurosurgery, trauma/emergency services, kidney transplant, vascular and oncology.
In addition, Donaldson guided the development and operations of several core initiatives that led to successful business growth and improved patient outcomes across the organization.
Donaldson has his master’s degree in health administration from Regis University in Denver, and his bachelor’s degree in nuclear medicine from York College of Pennsylvania. Donaldson has been an active member of the Good Doctors’ Foundation, the American Foundation for Donation and Transplant, and the American College of Healthcare Executives.