Richmond, VA — HCA Capital Division has announced that Jake O'Shea, M.D., has been named the Division chief medical officer (CMO), effective June 1.
Prior to this role, O'Shea has served as the CMO of both Chippenham & Johnston-Willis Hospitals. He is the former chief medical information officer of HCA's Capital Division, where he oversaw all medical informatics activities and helped integrate information technology strategy with clinical applications.
In his new role O'Shea will help lead the clinical quality agenda, drive physician engagement strategies, and focus on execution of improved physician alignment efforts.
"Dr. O'Shea's ability to provide clinical guidance and his exceptional healthcare leadership will be a great asset to the communities that our hospitals serve," said Tim McManus, president of HCA Capital Division. "I am confident that his commitment to high-quality, patient-centered care will help us further our overall strategic vision."
O'Shea began his career as a medical informatics consultant and practicing emergency medicine physician in the Hampton Roads region of Virginia, and is a former president of the Virginia College of Emergency Physicians.
He received his undergraduate degree at Dartmouth College, attended the University Of Virginia School of Medicine, and completed his residency in emergency medicine at the University of Pittsburgh. He is board certified in both emergency medicine and clinical informatics.