Richmond, Va. (Aug. 2, 2017) — HCA Capital Division has announced that Brandon Mencini has been appointed to the position of senior vice president of strategy & development.
In his new role, Mencini will work collaboratively with HCA’s corporate office, the division, and hospital leadership to drive growth strategies, advance and evaluate business development opportunities and alliances, and promote the organization’s overall objectives.
“Brandon’s proven track record of strategic development and leadership have led to many initiatives that culminated in extraordinary outcomes,” said Tim McManus, president of HCA Capital Division. “We look forward to leveraging his expertise as he helps further advance our efforts to the next level of growth.”
Mencini comes from HCA HealthONE’s Medical Center of Aurora in the Denver Metro area where he was the senior vice president of strategy and business development. During his time there, he developed and executed a comprehensive service line strategy resulting in new programs and services for the hospital. Mencini also was instrumental in several large projects such as physician recruitment and capital development, which involved the opening of a pediatric intermediate care unit. In addition, he recently launched a comprehensive robotic surgery program including capital development and programmatic support. He also has been active in campus development and regional facility development over the past several years with efforts to expand HealthONE in areas such as Thornton, downtown Denver, Arvada, and Northeast Aurora in Colorado.
Prior to his work at Medical Center of Aurora, Mencini served as vice president of business development at Presbyterian St. Luke’s and North Suburban Medical Centers. While supporting these two institutions, he developed a comprehensive growth agenda that resulted in the significant increase in medical staff applications with specialties ranging from complex gastrointestinal, neuroendocrine, vascular surgery, and various other surgical specialties.
In 2015, he was the recipient of the Denver Business Journal’s “40 under 40” and in 2016, he was nominated as the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s “Man of the Year.” He recently was the vice president of his leadership Aurora class of 2016 and is currently a board member for Project Angel Heart.
Mencini received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Colorado and his Masters of Health Administration from Webster University. He will assume his new role Aug. 21 and will reside in Richmond with his wife Michelle and children, Nicolas and Gianna.