Dominion Hospital
May 18, 2021

Falls Church, VA — HCA Virginia has named Ben Brown the new chief executive officer of Dominion Hospital.

Brown most recently served as the chief operating officer at Reston Hospital Center. During his tenure, he oversaw several core operational functions and key service lines including emergency services/trauma, surgical services, oncology, rehabilitation services, as well as plant operations, imaging, dietary, environmental services, and respiratory therapy. He was instrumental in the success of many strategic initiatives including the opening of an 18-bed Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit, American College of Surgeons verification of Reston's Level II Trauma Center, and launch of a neuro intervention program for advanced stroke care.

“Ben's healthcare experience, combined with his local market knowledge will help provide a smooth transition and firm foundation for success at Dominion Hospital,” said John Deardorff, president and chief executive officer of HCA's Northern Virginia market and Reston Hospital Center. “His track record of achieving operational efficiency and delivering a best-in-class patient experience make him an outstanding fit for this leadership role.”

Brown has been a part of HCA Healthcare since 2008 when he began his career with Reston Hospital Center as an assistant administrator. In 2011, he joined the HCA Healthcare Chief Operating Officer Development program. Two years later he accepted the position of chief operating officer at StoneSprings Hospital Center, playing a vital role in the building and opening of HCA Healthcare's newest Northern Virginia facility. In spring of 2018, he transitioned to the role of chief operating officer at Reston Hospital Center.

A native of Pueblo, Colorado, Brown holds a Bachelor's Degree from Colorado State University. He also graduated from The George Washington University with a Masters in Health Services Administration.

“I am excited to join the Dominion Hospital family to help champion our efforts to provide leading behavioral health services to the greater Washington, D.C. metro region,” Brown said. “This is the perfect time to enhance our portfolio of services to meet the growing community need.”