John Deardorff, FACHE

President/Chief Executive Officer

John Deardorff is the president and chief executive officer for Reston Hospital Center and the HCA Northern Virginia market. The Northern Virginia market encompasses Reston Hospital Center, Dominion Hospital, and StoneSprings Hospital Center. In addition to the main hospital campuses, HCA Northern Virginia boasts a larger footprint throughout region providing a number of services in our outpatient centers including multiple CareNow Urgent Care Centers, Fairfax Surgical Center, Reston Surgery Center, the Medical Imaging Center of Reston, the Women’s Imaging Center, and CHOICES Outpatient Services as well as a handful of others.

With more than 20 years of experience in healthcare, John has served in a variety of executive and leadership roles. Prior to joining Reston Hospital Center, he served as the Chief Executive Officer of multiple HCA hospitals in both Florida and Georgia. John received a Bachelor of Science degree from Towson University in Maryland, with a double major in business administration and health services management, and went on to earn his Master of Health Administration degree from George Washington University.


Tom Eisel

Chief Financial Officer

Tom Eisel, CPA is the Northern Virginia Market CFO. In this role, Tom manages financial operations for Reston Hospital Center, StoneSprings Hospital Center and Dominion Hospital.

Throughout his career, Tom has been an active partner in strategic development, process improvement and hospital operations in his CFO roles. He began his career as a senior accountant and quickly moved into the Controller position for Edward White Hospital in 2010. In 2012, he was promoted to the associate CFO/controller for Brandon Regional Hospital and subsequently promoted to CFO for Poinciana Medical Center in 2016. He most recently served as the CFO for HCA Florida Capital Hospital in Tallahassee, Florida.

Tom received his Bachelor of Arts and Master of Science degrees in Accounting from the University of Central Florida and is also a Certified Public Accountant.


Carnell Cooper, MD

Chief Medical Officer

Carnell Cooper, MD began his role as Chief Medical Officer at Reston Hospital Center in August 2022. Dr. Cooper oversees the hospital medical staff with the goal of providing safe, effective medical services to all patients while keeping the physicians current on changing health regulations.

Dr. Cooper has been with HCA Healthcare in multiple capacities since June 2018. Before coming to Reston Hospital, he was the CMO for Lewis Gale Medical Center (HCA) where he led several successful initiatives to improve key quality indicators while increasing physician engagement scores. Dr. Cooper has also been a key stakeholder in establishing new hospital services, including a Level II Trauma Center and palliative care program.

Before Lewis Gale, Dr. Cooper served as CMO for Northeast Methodist Hospital (HCA) in San Antonio, Texas. Before that, roles also included Sr. VP and CMO for Dimensions Healthcare System, VP Medical Affairs and Division Chief of Trauma for Prince George’s Hospital, and several faculty positions within the Department of Surgery with the University of Maryland School of Medicine/R. Adams Shock Trauma Center.

Dr. Cooper earned his B.S. in Biology from Yale University and a Doctor of Medicine degree from Duke University. Dr. Cooper completed his residency at Yale University and his fellowship in Surgical Critical Care/Trauma from Maryland Institute for Emergency Service Systems in Baltimore, MD. He completed a research fellowship at the University Of Maryland School Of Medicine and is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons.


Laura-Anne Cleveland BSN, RN, MBA-HA, CEN

Chief Nursing Officer

Laura-Anne Cleveland serves as the Chief Nursing Officer at Reston Hospital Center.  Laura-Anne joined Reston in October 2022 from HCA’s Presbyterian St. Luke’s Medical Center in Denver, Colorado, where she had been the Associate Chief Nursing Officer since 2019.

Laura-Anne started her career with HCA in 2005 as an ER nurse and then progressed to clinical coordinator at Swedish Medical Center in Denver, Colorado. In 2016, she was promoted to the Assistant Director for Southwest Emergency Room and in 2017, was promoted to the Director for both Southwest and Belmar Emergency Rooms. In 2018, she became the Director for Women’s Services at Swedish Medical Center.

She has a passion for disaster management and is a member of DMAT (Disaster Management Assistance Team).  Through this role she has had the opportunity to travel to places like Texas, the Carolinas, California, St. John, and Puerto Rico to assist these communities during crisis, including two COVID-19 missions. Additionally, Laura-Anne is enthusiastic about culture building and growing leaders.  She cares deeply about patients, staff, and staff leaders.  

Laura-Anne received her MBA from American Sentinel University and her BSN from Old Dominion University. She is also a Certified Emergency Nurse (CEN).