Executive hospital leadership
Nathan Vooys, MBA
Chief Executive Officer
Nathan Vooys joined StoneSprings Hospital Center as Chief Executive Officer on November 1, 2020.
He comes to StoneSprings from Terre Haute Regional Hospital, a 278-bed facility in Terre Haute, IN. Under his leadership, Terre Haute consistently ranked as a top performer in key quality metrics, physician and employee engagement, and patient experience.
Prior to Terre Haute, he served as Chief Operating Officer at Ocala Health System in Ocala, Florida. During his tenure, Ocala experienced rapid volume growth, deployment of several major capital expansion projects, the establishment of a Graduate Medical Education program, and the addition of a Level II trauma program.
Nathan received his Bachelor of Science from Vanderbilt University and his Master of Business Administration from University of Southern California.
“I am honored to have been selected to lead such an outstanding healthcare facility. It’s an exciting time at StoneSprings and I consider myself fortunate to be joining a team of excellent physicians, staff, and leaders committed to providing the highest quality service to the communities it serves," he said.
Amy Paratore, RN, MBA, BSN
Chief Nursing Officer
StoneSprings Hospital Center
Amy Paratore is the Chief Nursing Officer for HCA StoneSprings Hospital and has been in the role since February 2017. Prior to this, Amy was the Assistant CNO at HCA Reston Hospital for one year and was instrumental in the startup of their Level 2 trauma center. Amy's focus at StoneSprings has been on achieving high patient experience and staff engagement, as well as provision of quality nursing care as she works with her leadership team to collaborate with physicians to grow programs in this rare opportunity to open a new hospital.
Prior to joining HCA in 2015, Amy held various leadership positions with several large academic, tertiary healthcare systems including INOVA Fairfax Hospital (17 years), Tampa General Hospital (14 years), and Carolinas Medical Center (4 years). Amy has extensive nursing leadership experience in Emergency, Critical Care, Med/Surg, Trauma, Flight, Neuroscience, Dialysis, Palliative Care and Poison Control Programs to name a few. Some of Amy's most notable career accomplishments include start-up of Trauma and Flight Programs, oversight of massive hospital renovation/expansions including INOVA Fairfax North Tower and Tampa General 72 bed Emergency Trauma Center and 50 bed Neuro and Trauma Intensive Care Unit. With a passion for program growth, Amy started INOVA Medical AirCare Program and Trauma Program, expanded Tampa General Hospital flight program from 2 to 5 helicopters, expanded TGH Neuroscience program significantly, to include oversight for attainment of JC Disease specific certifications for Comprehensive Advanced Stroke Center and Level 4 Epilepsy Center designations. Amy is also passionate about mentoring nurses for growth and development, and seeing nursing attain both Magnet designation as well as HCA Unit of Distinction recognition.
Amy has served on many community boards and task forces, including President of Florida Emergency Nurses Association and appointment to the Florida EMS Advisory Council. She is the author of six published articles, and has been a speaker at several national conferences, with emphasis in specialty areas of Disaster Preparedness, Surge Capacity, Program Development, and Process Improvement in ED and hospital throughput.
Amy received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Georgetown University and her MBA from the University of Portland. She was one of the first to attain NE-BC Nurse Executive Certification from ANCC in 2001.
Vice President of Operations
Josh Gill is the Vice President of Operations at StoneSprings Hospital Center. Josh most recently was an Associate Administrator at Reston Hospital Center, a 231 bed HCA sister-hospital to StoneSprings. Prior to his role as Associate Administrator, Josh completed his Administrative Residency at Reston Hospital Center as part of the HCA Executive Residency Program. As a key leader in the growth of Reston Hospital, Josh helped lead the development of service lines, campus expansion projects, and operational improvements. Josh received his Bachelor of Arts from Brigham Young University and his Master of Healthcare Administration from University of North Carolina.
Chief Financial Officer
Chris joined StoneSprings Hospital Center & Dominion Hospital as Chief Financial Officer in September 2022.
Prior to StoneSprings & Dominion, Chris served as Associate Chief Financial Officer of Henrico Doctors’ Hospital, a 767-bed Level II Trauma Center, Level III Neonatal Intensive Care and Kidney Transplant Program.
Before joining Henrico Doctors’, Chris served as Controller at Ocala Health Systems in Ocala, Florida. Ocala is 474-bed Level II trauma program, GME program with over +120 residents/fellows and 3 FSERs.
Chris received his Bachelors of Science in Accounting from San Francisco State University.
Heather Lucas, PHR, SHRM-CP
Vice President of Human Resources
Heather Lucas joined HCA in 2015 as the Human Resources Business Partner at Reston Hospital Center. Heather became the Human Resources Vice President for HCA’s StoneSprings Hospital Center in July 2018. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Christopher Newport University and a Master’s Degree in Human Resource Management from St. Mary's University in Minnesota. Heather brings vast experience in Healthcare Human Resources including strategic HR leadership, employee relations, leadership and development, talent acquisition, employee engagement and benefits.
Heather is a native Virginian, originally from the Richmond area. When she is not working, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, including vacationing at the beach.
Maureen Robertson, MA, RHIA, CPHQ
Administrative Director of Quality and Performance Improvement
Maureen Robertson, MA, RHIA, CPHQ brings over 25 years of Quality and Performance Improvement experience to StoneSprings. She most recently served as Director of Quality at Inova Alexandria Hospital where she lead a reduction in hospital acquired conditions and overall hospital mortality while helping to implement TeamSTEPPS and Just Culture initiatives. Maureen has also held leadership positions at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, D.C. and Chesapeake Regional Medical Center in Chesapeake, Virginia.
Maureen holds a Master’s of Arts degree in Management/Health Care Management Concentration from Webster University in Kansas City and a Bachelor’s of Science in Health Information Management from College of St. Mary in Omaha, Nebraska. She also brings several certifications to her new role including certification as a Six Sigma Black Belt, Lean Master TeamSTEPPS Trainer and she holds the title of Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality (CPHQ) by the National Association of Healthcare Quality.