December 04, 2017
Tinch has previously served as COO of Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center in Fredericksburg since 2014. As a board certified healthcare executive and member of the senior management team, Tinch held executive responsibility for strategic business lines, operational departments, process flows and facility safety. She also was the ethics and compliance officer for the facility.
“Roberta has proven to be a results-driven leader with an exemplary record of operational success,” said Zach McCluskey, chief executive officer of Johnston-Willis Hospital. “I am confident that her thoughtful guidance and dedicated leadership will allow us to continue building relationships throughout the hospital and in the community with the primary goal of maintaining high quality care and patient satisfaction.”
Prior to her position in Virginia, she was the associate chief operating officer at Brandon Regional Hospital – a 398 bed facility and The Medical Center of Aurora in Aurora, Colo. – a 346 bed Level II Trauma Center. There, she oversaw the construction and transition of the facility’s $60 million cardiac tower expansion project. Her scope includes a focus on patient and employee satisfaction, facility operations, multi-million-dollar construction projects and strategic development.
Outside of the hospital, Tinch is a member of the Board of Directors for the Ron Rosner YMCA, University of Mary Washington (UMW) College of Business Advisory Board, Central Virginia Healthcare Executive Group Leadership Board, UMW Leadership Colloquium and the Northern Virginia Hospital Alliance. She has chaired the Fredericksburg March for Babies for two years, is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) and the National Association of Health Services Executives.
A native of Richmond, she received a Bachelor’s of Arts in anthropology from the University of Virginia and a Master of Health Administration from Virginia Commonwealth University where she was selected as one of HCA’s Emerging Healthcare Leaders. Recently, she was named the recipient of the Regent’s Award for Outstanding Service to ACHE and VCU’s Health Administration Young Alumni of the Year.
About HCA Virginia...As the commonwealth’s most comprehensive provider network, HCA Virginia Health System operates 14 hospitals, 29 outpatient centers, five freestanding emergency rooms, and two urgent care centers and is affiliated with 3,000 physicians. It is one of Virginia’s largest employers, provides $251.6 million in uncompensated care and pays $82.3 million in state and local taxes each year. HCA Virginia includes five imaging centers, three outpatient surgery centers, four freestanding emergency rooms, and seven hospitals – Chippenham, Henrico Doctors’, John Randolph, Johnston-Willis, Parham Doctors’, Retreat Doctors’, and Spotsylvania Regional.