William Lunn, MD, serves at the Chief Executive Officer of HCA Virginia's Chippenham and Johnston-Willis Hospitals, a 758-bed, two-campus hospital system part of HCA Healthcare's Capital Division in Richmond, Virginia.
William is a Harvard fellowship-trained executive with more than 18 years of distinguished experience in roles leading high-profile academic medical centers and a major regional health system, in addition to private practice. Immediately prior to joining CJW, William was the president and CEO of Tulane Health System, where he had served since 2014.
During William's tenure at Tulane Health System, the organization achieved a Joint Commission accreditation with top scores, Tulane Lakeside Hospital for Women and Children was named a 2016 Top Teaching Hospital by The Leapfrog Group, and Lakeview Regional Medical was added as a campus of Tulane Medical Center. Under William's leadership, Tulane Health System also expanded service lines including the opening of the Professional Athlete Care Clinic, an expansion of the Tulane Bone Marrow Transplant Unit, and creation of the Grace Anne Dorney Pulmonary and Cardiac Rehabilitation Center at Tulane Medical Center.
William earned his undergraduate degree from Tulane University and attended University of Texas Southwestern for medical school. Prior to pursuing his academic medical career, William enjoyed a busy private practice in Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine which allowed him to cultivate expertise in clinical program development, procedure coding and reimbursement, training and credentialing, and medical economics. In 2004, after completing a fellowship in Interventional Pulmonary, William was recruited to Baylor College of Medicine where he became one of the founding members of Baylor's Complex Airway and Pleural Disease Center and served as its first Director. After being promoted to Assistant Dean of Clinical Affairs at Baylor, William helped to improve operations and productivity in all of Baylor's clinical enterprises. In 2009, William was recruited to Christus Health to serve as the Chief Operating Officer for the Northern Louisiana operations comprising three acute care hospitals, two wellness centers, and several outpatient clinics.
William is the recipient of numerous awards including the American College of Chest Physicians' Young Investigator Award, and the Fulbright and Jaworski award for educational leadership. He has authored several book chapters and original articles published in various medical journals and has been guest faculty at numerous courses as well as national and international meetings.
William and his wife, Dr. Mary Lynn Lunn, have three daughters.
Raymond Makhoul, MD, serves as the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) of Chippenham Hospital, a 466-bed facility and part of Chippenham and Johnston-Willis Hospitals, a two-campus hospital system in HCA Healthcare’s Capital Division in Richmond, Virginia. Immediately prior to joining Chippenham as CMO, Ray was the CMO of Reston Hospital Center in Northern Virginia for three years. Ray returns to Chippenham having previously served as trauma medical director and was a practicing vascular surgeon at Chippenham for 15 years.
Ray is board-certified in general and vascular surgery. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan and his medical degree from the University of Chicago. His surgical residency was completed at Duke University with a fellowship in vascular surgery at UCLA. Ray also hold a Masters of Science in Health Administration from VCU.
Ann Winn is the Chief Nursing Officer for HCA Virginia's Chippenham Hospital, a 466-bed facility and a campus of Chippenham and Johnston-Willis Hospitals.
Ann earned her BSN in Nursing from La Salle University and her MBA in Healthcare Administration from The University of Dallas. Immediately prior to joining Chippenham, Ann was at HCA Healthcare's Methodist Stone Oak Hospital in San Antonio, where she served as CNO since 2014.
In her previous role Ann was dedicated to improving nursing engagement and decreasing the nursing turnover rate from 26 percent to 15 percent. She was also instrumental in advancing the quality agenda. Under her leadership, Methodist Stone Oak earned an "A" grade from the Leapfrog Group, CMS Five-Star Quality Rating, Healthgrades' "Patient Safety Excellence Award™", and top 100 for Modern Healthcare's "Best Places to Work™."
Prior to her time at Methodist Stone Oak Hospital, Ann served two other facilities in the Methodist Healthcare System. From 2006 to 2008, she was Vice President of Women's Services at Methodist Children's Hospital. Ann was promoted to Chief Nursing Officer at the facility in 2008.