March 10, 2014
Richmond, Va. (March 10, 2014) — HCA Virginia’s John Randolph Medical Center has announced that Aimee Cocolin will serve as the vice-president of operations, effective immediately.
Cocolin will serve as a member of the senior leadership team and will be responsible for executing the organization’s strategies, providing leadership to hospital departments, managing construction and renovation projects, ensuring efficient productivity management and developing initiatives to support patient and employee satisfaction.
“Aimee’s background and hospital operations experience bring great strength and capabilities to John Randolph Medical Center, said Suzanne Jackson, CEO of John Randolph Medical Center. “I am confident that she will be a tremendous asset to our leadership team and for the patients that we serve.”
Cocolin previously served as the assistant administrator at HCA Dominion Hospital, where she facilitated improvement to multiple internal processes, coordinated expansion of services and managed several construction projects.
In addition, she served as assistant administrator, where she was responsible for providing leadership and operational guidance for areas such as business development, security services, special projects and food and nutrition services.
She received her bachelor’s degree from Radford University and her master’s degree from the University of Phoenix.