HCA Virginia
April 18, 2022

Richmond, VAHCA Healthcare Capital Division has named Dr. Thomas Wold, D.O., M.S., as division vice president of graduate medical education (GME). In this role, Wold will provide the strategy, oversight, and hands-on management for the GME programs in Virginia and New Hampshire.

“We are delighted that Dr. Wold will be leading HCA Healthcare Capital Division's graduate medical education programs,” said Jake O’Shea, MD, MBA, FACEP, HCA Healthcare Capital Division chief medical officer. Dr. Wold demonstrated a commitment to top quality care at Portsmouth Regional Hospital, and he will apply that same commitment to quality in our GME programs.”

Wold previously served as the chief medical officer of HCA Healthcare’s Portsmouth Regional Hospital, in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, since September, 2016. Dr. Wold joined Portsmouth as director of the intensive care unit and the medical director of quality.

He holds a medical degree from The University New England College of Osteopathic Medicine and a master’s in science from Georgetown University in Medical Physiology. He completed both internal medicine and critical care training at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, New Hampshire.

Wold started his career as an ICU medical director at Elliot Hospital, in Manchester, New Hampshire, and continued as medical director of critical care at Cooley Dickinson Hospital in Northampton, Massachusetts. For the five years prior to joining Portsmouth, he served on the senior medical staff in the Pulmonary and Critical Care Department at Lahey Hospital and Medical Center in Burlington, Massachusetts and was core teaching faculty for the Tufts University-affiliated Pulmonary and Critical Fellowship program at Lahey Medical Center.