HCA Virginia
October 26, 2022

Richmond, VA — HCA Healthcare’s Capital Division announced leadership changes Oct. 25 as part of a company-wide organizational restructuring. Tim McManus, who served as HCA Healthcare’s Capital Division president for the past six years, has been promoted to National Group president, leading 60 HCA Healthcare Hospitals in 11 states. Dr. William Lunn, MD, will be promoted from CEO of Chippenham and Johnston-Willis Hospitals to succeed McManus as HCA Healthcare Capital Division president, where he will oversee 19 hospitals in Virginia, New Hampshire, Indiana and Kentucky.

The HCA Healthcare organizational changes prompting these promotions, which will be effective Jan. 1, 2023, are designed to enhance alignment with the company’s strategy, streamline areas that can improve long-term performance, and provide greater focus and better coordination to support the business.

“HCA Healthcare is fortunate to have incredible talent throughout its executive ranks,” said HCA Healthcare chief executive officer, Sam Hazen. “These people are a testament to this. They have been successful in many different roles over their years with the company, and I have absolutely no doubt that they will accomplish even more in their new roles.”

“While I have been with HCA Healthcare for over 15 years, I have been privileged to spend the majority of that time as a part of the Capital Division, serving first as CEO for Reston Hospital Center and later as CEO of Chippenham and Johnston-Willis Hospitals, before becoming division president 6 years ago,” McManus said. “Throughout all of these roles, I have immensely enjoyed working with the teams. Their commitment to our patients and colleagues is the greatest strength of this division and I couldn’t be prouder of everything we’ve accomplished.”

“I am excited to assume my new role as Capital Division president. It will be a great opportunity to draw upon lessons learned throughout my career, from the bedside as a pulmonologist, to a hospital administrator, to a healthcare executive,” said Lunn. “The key to success will always be to empower our colleagues and give them all of the tools they need to continue to care like family for every patient who chooses our hospitals for their healthcare needs.”