Interviews

Phyllis Bartley

Phyllis Bartley is a registered nurse (RN). She began working at Mary Washington Hospital in 1964 and retired in 2014. During her fifty-year career, she worked a medical/surgical unit, the emergency department, orthopedics, started the infection control program at Mary Washington Hospital, and concluded her career at the Fredericksburg Ambulatory Surgery Center. Bartley was the first nurse to serve on the Mary Washington Healthcare Board of Trustees. View Video and Interview Transcript

Marianna Bedway

Marianna Medway was Senior Vice President and the Chief Nursing Officer at Mary Washington Healthcare from 2011 to 2015. After earning a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) from The Ohio State University and working as a nurse at Akron General Hospital, she began at Mary Washington Hospital in 1988. She started as an evening nursing supervisor and has held numerous positions since then, including Vice President of Clinical Services for Mary Washington Hospital and of Orthopedic Services and Neurosciences for Mary Washington Healthcare. Her areas of responsibility included Emergency Services, Perioperative Services, Trauma Services, and the Neurosciences and Human Motion Centers of Excellence. Bedway was instrumental in establishing the Level II Trauma Center at Mary Washington Hospital. She received a Master’s in Public Administration from Virginia Tech. View Video and Interview Transcript

Dixie Bettis

Dixie Bettis began working at Mary Washington Hospital in 1970. She was a nurse’s aide while in nursing school and then began as registered nurse (RN) in 1971. While working in a postpartum unit she assisted in labor and delivery and then transitioned into working as a labor and delivery nurse. After a forty-plus year career as a labor and delivery nurse at Mary Washington Hospital, Bettis retired in 2014. View Video and Interview Transcript

Dr. Rebecca Bigoney

Dr. Rebecca Bigoney is Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer of Mary Washington Healthcare. Dr. Bigoney is Board Certified from the American Board of Internal Medicine in both Internal Medicine and Hospice and Palliative Care. She received her M.D. and completed her residency at the Medical College of Virginia (MCV), which is now part of Virginia Commonwealth University. Dr. Bigoney began practicing as an internal medicine physician in Fredericksburg in 1983. She was a physician with Pratt Medical Group and Fredericksburg Internal Medicine until she began full time work with MediCorp Health System in 2001. In 1998, she earned a Master’s in Clinical Ethics from the University of Virginia and was instrumental in developing a clinical ethics program at Mary Washington Hospital. Dr. Bigoney became Chief of Medicine at Mary Washington Hospital in 2010, Vice President for Medical Affairs at Mary Washington Hospital in 2012, and Chief Medical Officer in 2013. View Video and Interview Transcript

Tricia Boring

Tricia Boring began working at Mary Washington Hospital in 1989. She first served as a transcriptionist and then in 1995 started as a registered nurse (RN). She has worked in the operating room since 1996 and contributed to the expansion of clinical programs at Mary Washington Hospital, such as the cardiac program and the trauma program. View Video and Interview Transcript

Mary Jane Bowles

Mary Jane Bowles is a registered nurse (RN) and began working at Mary Washington Hospital in 1997. She started in the ICU and has been the Clinical Nurse Specialist for Critical Care Services since 2003. Bowles received her Doctorate in Nursing Practice from American Sentinel University and her Master’s in Science in Nursing from Marymount University. She is certified in critical care nursing and as a clinical nurse specialist. Bowles has over thirty years of nursing experience and has worked at George Washington University Hospital, Washington Hospital Center, and the University of Virginia Health System. View Video and Interview Transcript

Diane Brothers

Diane Brothers began working as a nurse at Mary Washington Hospital (MWH) in 1986. Her first position was in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). She is a Registered Nurse (RN). Since she began working at MWH, she has earned a bachelor’s degree in health administration and a master’s degree in clinical ethics from the University of Virginia. She was instrumental in establishing a clinical ethics program at MWH. She is currently a Nursing Supervisor and Clinical Ethics Specialist at MWH. View Video and Interview Transcript

Janet Bykowski

Janet Bykowski had an extensive and varied career in nursing and research before starting at Mary Washington Hospital in 1988. She attended nursing school at Presbyterian Hospital, which is affiliated with the University of Pittsburgh. After completing nursing school and starting as an RN, she worked with Dr. Jonas Salk’s researchers in Pittsburgh in the 1960s and on HIV clinical trials with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in the 1980s. She has been a nurse at Georgetown Hospital, Holy Cross Hospital (Silver Spring, Maryland), and for a short time she provided nursing care to Preston Marshall, owner of the Washington Redskins. She helped to develop the oncology program at Mary Washington Hospital. In 2000, she moved from oncology to pain management. She is currently the manager of pain management in the neuroscience division.  View Video and Interview Transcript

Susan Crane

Susan Crane is registered nurse (RN) and began working as a home health nurse with Mary Washington Healthcare in 2004. She began her nursing career in an oncology unit at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Syracuse, New York in 1993. She had begun working in home health prior to joining Mary Washington Healthcare. View Video and Interview Transcript

Reverend Lawrence A. Davies

Reverend Lawrence A. Davies was Mayor of Fredericksburg from 1976 to 1996. He worked with Mary Washington Healthcare (MWH MediCorp) to develop plans for the new hospital on the Snowden campus that opened in 1993. Davies was elected to the Fredericksburg City Council in 1966 and served as a city council member until being elected mayor. Davies served as pastor at Shiloh Baptist Church (Old Site) from 1962 until he retired fifty years later in 2012. View Video and Interview Transcript

Eileen Dohmann

Eileen Dohmann is Senior Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer of Mary Washington Healthcare. She began working with Mary Washington Healthcare in 2004, first as a consultant and then as Director of Home Health and Hospice. She had over twenty years of experience in nursing before joining Mary Washington Healthcare. She has held a number of leadership roles, including Vice President for Quality and Patient Safety, Vice President for Clinical Operations, and Vice President for Nursing. Dohmann has extensive experience with home health and hospice and worked with Hospice of Northern Virginia, one of the first hospice programs in the United States and one of the Medicare demonstration sites that launched the Medicare hospice benefit. She received her Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing from Fairfield University, her MBA from Averett University, and holds the American Nurses Association certification as a Nurse Executive – Advanced. View Video and Interview Transcript

Karen Esteppe

Karen Esteppe has worked as an administrator at Mary Washington Healthcare since 1983. She started just as MWH MediCorp, a not-for-profit holding company, had been formed. MWH MediCorp (changed its name to Mary Washington Healthcare in 2010) had five subsidiaries, including Mary Washington Hospital, Mary Washington Hospital Foundation, MediCorp Health Services, MediCorp Properties, and MediCorp Services. She helped with the formation of the subsidiaries and worked with the board for each of each the subsidiaries under MWH MediCorp. She did similar work with the formation the Fredericksburg Ambulatory Surgery Center and Medical Imaging of Fredericksburg. Her first job was secretary to the Chief of Finance and she is currently the Executive Assistant to the Senior Vice President of Properties and Ambulatory Services. View Video and Interview Transcript

John Fick, III

John Fick, III completed five years of service as Chair of Mary Washington Healthcare Board of Trustees at the end of 2014. In 1990, he accepted an invitation to serve on the Mary Washington Hospital Foundation Board after having been involved with fundraising for the foundation for a number of years. In 1994, he began serving on the MWH MediCorp Board of Trustees. During his twenty years of service, he has served in nearly every position on the board and on nearly every one of the board’s committees. Fick returned to the Fredericksburg area in 1987 to run the family business, J.F. Fick Inc., a regional Anheuser-Busch Distributor. From 1975 to 1987, Fick was a pharmacist and owned a pharmacy in Williamsburg, Virginia. He has continued his career as a pharmacist and has volunteered in the pharmacy at the Moss Free Clinic since it opened in 1993. Fick will continue to serve on the board as Immediate Past Chair until 2017. View Video and Interview Transcript

Louise Fletcher

Louise Fletcher is a registered nurse (RN) and began working in the emergency department at Mary Washington Hospital in 1990. She is currently an education coordinator. Fletcher has worked in numerous roles as a nurse in the emergency department and helped to develop the trauma program at Mary Washington Hospital. She received a Master’s of Science in Nursing (MSN) in 2014. View Video and Interview Transcript

Susan Fontenot

Susan Fontenot has worked with Mary Washington Healthcare since 1987. She has been a volunteer, a lab assistant, a nurse’s assistant, and then began working at Mary Washington Hospital as a registered nurse (RN) in 1991. Since 2010, she has worked in administration at Snowden at Fredericksburg, a mental health and substance abuse treatment center that is part of Mary Washington Healthcare. View Video and Interview Transcript

Julie Gatewood

Julie Gatewood began working as a case manager at Mary Washington Hospital in 1987. Prior to joining Mary Washington Healthcare, she worked as a juvenile probation officer. She received her bachelor’s degree from Longwood University. View Video and Interview Transcript

Mary Katherine Greenlaw

Mary Katherine Greenlaw is mayor of Fredericksburg and a Fredericksburg native. Both of her parents were active with Mary Washington Hospital: her father was on the Mary Washington Hospital Board of Trustees and her mother was a leader in the Mary Washington Hospital Auxiliary. Greenlaw served on the Mary Washington Hospital Board of Trustees from 1978 to 1994. She is a commercial real estate broker. Greenlaw is currently Chair of the Mary Washington Hospital Foundation Board of Trustees. View Video and Interview Transcript

Jervis Hairston

Jervis Hairston was Director of Planning and Community Development for the City of Fredericksburg from 1980 to 2003. He worked on the Planned Development-Medical Center (PD-MC) rezoning in Fredericksburg, which supported the creation of a medical campus and the new Mary Washington Hospital that opened in 1993. Hairston received a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Urban Studies and Sociology from Lenoir-Rhyne College and a Master’s in Urban and Environmental Planning from the University of Virginia. View Video and Interview Transcript

Dr. Michael Hewitt

Dr. Michael Hewitt joined Radiologic Associates of Fredericksburg (RAF) in 1982. He attended medical school at the University of Rochester and completed his residency at Duke University. Dr. Hewitt was President of the Medical Staff at Mary Washington Hospital in the late-1980s and played an active role in the planning for the new Mary Washington Hospital, which opened in 1993. RAF has a close working relationship with Mary Washington Healthcare and has formed partnerships with the health system, such as the first outpatient imaging center in the region, which opened in Garrisonville in 1984, and Medical Imaging of Fredericksburg, which opened in 1986. Dr. Hewitt was the seventh physician to join RAF and there are now over thirty physicians in the practice. View Video and Interview Transcript

Andy Holden

Andy Holden began working in the medical equipment (bio-med) department at Mary Washington Hospital in 1984. Prior to joining Mary Washington Hospital, Holden served in the United States Navy. He played an active role in planning the new Mary Washington Hospital, which opened in 1993. In 2011, he began serving as Safety Officer and Director of Bio-Med. Since 2013, Holden has served as served as Director of Safety and Emergency Preparedness at Mary Washington Healthcare. View Video and Interview Transcript

Jane Ingalls

Jane Ingalls has been a nurse and nurse educator in the Fredericksburg region since 1966. She received a BSN from the Medical College of Virginia (now part of Virginia Commonwealth University) in 1966 and began working at Mary Washington Hospital and teaching at the Fredericksburg Area School of Practical Nursing. In 1984, she began teaching at Germanna Community College and retired as the Dean of Nursing and Health Technologies in 2009. She received a MSN from Catholic University and Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) from George Mason University. She served on the Mary Washington Healthcare Board of Trustees from 2001 to 2009. In 2011, Governor Bob McDonnell appointed Ingalls to the Virginia State Board of Nursing. View Video and Interview Transcript

Nancy Jackson

Nancy Jackson is a hospice nurse. She began working as registered nurse (RN) at Mary Washington Hospital in 1997 and has worked in hospice care since 2003. She has also worked in palliative care and oncology. Before going into nursing, Jackson worked on Capitol Hill. View Video and Interview Transcript

William Jacobs, Jr.

William Jacobs, Jr. was hired as CEO of Mary Washington Hospital in 1981. Previously he had been administrator of Fairfax Hospital, a 650-bed hospital in Falls Church, Virginia. During his tenure as CEO, he oversaw a period of significant change and expansion. There was a reorganization into from Mary Washington Hospital to MWH MediCorp; the hospital became a subsidiary of MWH MediCorp, a not-for-profit holding company. MediCorp opened a cancer center in Fredericksburg and medical centers in North Stafford, Dahlgren, Bowling Green, and Ladysmith. In a joint venture with local physicians, MediCorp opened the Fredericksburg Ambulatory Surgery Center. Jacobs worked closely with the board to plan and construct the new Mary Washington Hospital, which opened in 1993. The new hospital facility became the foundation for the transformation from a community hospital to a tertiary care hospital and regional health system. He resigned from MWH MediCorp in 1995 and became President and CEO of a hospital and physician malpractice company in Richmond, Virginia. View Video and Interview Transcript

Tamara Jeffries

Tamara Jeffries is a registered nurse (RN) and began working at Mary Washington Hospital in 1993. After working in a medical, surgery, and a renal/respiratory unit, she began working as an employee health nurse in 1998. Jeffries began serving as a nurse manager in employee health in 2009. She received a bachelor’s of science in nursing (BSN) from George Mason University and a master’s from Walden University. View Video and Interview Transcript

Barbara Kane

Barbara Kane started at Mary Washington Hospital in 1972. As a Registered Nurse (RN), she worked mainly in the emergency department and floated in several medical units. She continued her education while working at Mary Washington Hospital and earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing (BSN) from George Mason University and an MBA from Averett University. She was a nurse leader for decades and served as Director of Clinical Effectiveness, Vice President of Nursing for Mary Washington Hospital, and Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) for the health system. She was instrumental in Mary Washington Hospital achieving Magnet Recognition from the American Nurses Credentialing Center in 2009. Although she retired from MWHC in 2012, she continues to serve the health care community as President of the Board of Directors of the Moss Free Clinic. View Video and Interview Transcript

Walter Kiwall

Walter Kiwall started at Mary Washington Hospital in 1991. Prior to joining Mary Washington Hospital, he had worked as an administrator at Washington Hospital in Pennsylvania. He began as a leader in the human resources department. He was promoted to Vice President of Human Relations first on an interim basis, but the position soon became permanent. He was promoted to Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer (COO) for Mary Washington Healthcare and President of Stafford Hospital. Kiwall was instrumental in the planning, construction, and opening of Stafford Hospital. As COO he had executive responsibility for the operations, business development, and system development of the health system. He has undergraduate degrees from Pennsylvania State University and the California University of Pennsylvania in engineering and business. He received an MBA from the Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business at the University of Pittsburgh. He retired from Mary Washington Healthcare in 2013. View Video and Interview Transcript

Linda Koch

Linda Koch began working as a nurse at Mary Washington Hospital in 1979. She started as a critical care nurse working nights in the ICU. She worked in the ICU for the next twenty years and became a charge nurse in the ICU on the day shift and then a manager in a medical ICU unit. Koch has held several nursing management positions, including Administrative Director for the Medical Care Center and Clinical Operations. She was responsible for administrative oversight of Mary Washington Hospital’s four inpatient medical units, inpatient dialysis, Institutional Review Board, Cancer Center of Virginia, and clinical practice. In 2010 she began serving as the Administrative Director of the Pharmacy. While working at Mary Washington Hospital, Koch earned a bachelor’s degree in nursing (BSN) from Old Dominion, a Master of Science degree in nursing administration from George Mason University, and a credential, Nurse Executive Advanced-Board Certified (NEA-BC). View Video and Interview Transcript

Ruth Landry-Stone

Ruth Landry-Stone is a registered nurse (RN) and began working as a home health nurse with Mary Washington Healthcare in 2001. She received her bachelor’s of science in nursing (BSN) from Virginia Commonwealth University (Medical College of Virginia). Earlier in her career, she worked at Sinai Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. She started working as a nurse in home health with Bay Area Health Care, part of the University of Maryland Medical System. She has over thirty years of experience as a nurse. View Video and Interview Transcript

Dr. Richard A. Lewis

Richard A. Lewis, MD, is the Medical Director of Mary Washington Health Alliance, an integrated provider network and a joint venture between Mary Washington Healthcare and physicians in the region. He began practicing with Cardiology Associates of Fredericksburg and at Mary Washington Hospital in 1984. Dr. Lewis earned his medical degree in 1978 at Johns Hopkins University and completed his residency and a fellowship in cardiology at the University of Virginia School of Medicine. View Video and Interview Transcript

Bob Lively

Bob Lively started at MWH MediCorp in 1990. His first position was administrator of the Fredericksburg Ambulatory Surgery Center. He has held a number of positions since then, including Vice President of Managed Care and Executive Vice President of Integration and Network Development. In 2005, he became the Executive Director of Physician Relations at Mary Washington Hospital. View Video and Interview Transcript

Mary Loyd

Mary Loyd is a registered nurse (RN) at Stafford Hospital and works in radiation oncology. She began her nursing career in 1985 at Northern Illinois Medical Center. She worked at Loyola University Medical Center, first in the cardiovascular ICU from 1987 to 1991 and then in the emergency department from 1991 to 2003. Loyd has also worked at Washington Hospital Center, Mary Washington Hospital, Georgetown University Hospital and has experience in the operating room, health and wellness, education, and training and simulation. View Video and Interview Transcript

Lisa Lucas

Lisa Lucas started working at Mary Washington Hospital as a nursing assistant in 1983. Soon after she became a licensed practical nurse (LPN) and then a registered nurse (RN). She began working in a cardiology unit at Mary Washington Hospital and stayed in cardiology for the majority of her career. She received a BSN from George Mason University, a MBA and a master’s in health care administration from the University of Phoenix, and a doctorate in nursing practice (DNP) from American Sentinel University. She was the Director of Cardiovascular Services at Mary Washington Hospital from 2000 to 2012. Lucas began serving as the Director of Clinical Informatics for Mary Washington Healthcare in 2012. View Video and Interview Transcript

Debra Marinari

Debra Marinari began working at Mary Washington Hospital as a nursing assistant in 1990 while she was in nursing school at Germanna Community College. After finishing her nursing education at Germanna, she began working as a registered nurse (RN) in a medical/respiratory unit. She received her BSN and MSN from George Mason University. She helped to set up Lee’s Hill Freestanding Emergency Department and the emergency department at Stafford Hospital. Marinari has served in many nurse leadership roles during her career at Mary Washington Healthcare and is currently the Director of Nursing at Stafford Hospital. View Video and Interview Transcript

Ravi Mathur

Ravi Mathur started as a manager at MWH MediCorp in 1983. He then became a Director of Accounting. For the last fifteen years he has served as the Executive Vice President of Financial Operations. He has overseen the financial planning and analysis during an era of expansion and a transformation into a regional health system. View Video and Interview Transcript

Kelly McDonough

Kelly McDonough is Administrative Director of Nursing Practice and Mary Washington Hospital Nursing Operations. She joined Mary Washington Healthcare in 2004 after serving as a nurse in the United States Army. She has served as the Nurse Operations Manager in the Emergency Department and the Administrative Director of the Emergency Department at Mary Washington Hospital. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) from Radford University, her Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) from Drexel University, and her Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) from George Mason University. Governor Bob McDonnell appointed McDonough to the Virginia Board of Nursing in July 2013. View Video and Interview Transcript

Mary Paradis

Mary Paradis began working as a registered nurse (RN) at Mary Washington Hospital in 1982. She received a bachelor’s of science in nursing (BSN) from George Mason University. She began working in a postsurgical unit and then transitioned to working in the nursery at Mary Washington Hospital. Paradis helped to open the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at Mary Washington Hospital and continues to work as a nurse in the NICU. View Video and Interview Transcript

Fred M. Rankin, III

Fred M. Rankin, III joined Mary Washington Healthcare (MWH MediCorp) as President of Mary Washington Hospital in 1992. He then served as President and CEO of Mary Washington Healthcare from 1995 until his retirement in 2014. Prior to joining Mary Washington Healthcare, he was a senior vice president at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He is Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives (FACHE). He received a bachelor’s of science from Dartmouth College and a master’s of public health (MPH) from the University of Pittsburgh. View Video and Interview Transcript

Xavier R. Richardson

Xavier R. Richardson, a native of Fredericksburg, joined MediCorp Health System in 1997 and currently serves as the Executive Vice President, Corporate Development and Community Affairs for Mary Washington Healthcare. He also serves as president of the Mary Washington Hospital Foundation and the Stafford Hospital Foundation. Prior to joining Mary Washington Healthcare, Richardson worked on Wall Street and served as an assistant director of the U.S. General Accounting Office in Washington, D.C. He has a bachelor’s degree from Princeton University and an MBA from the Harvard Business School. View Video and Interview Transcript

 

Laura Richbourg

Laura Richbourg is Director of Care Management at Mary Washington Healthcare. She began working at Mary Washington Hospital in 1994. Before beginning at Mary Washington Hospital, she had worked in a nursing home and frequently worked with patients being discharged from Mary Washington Hospital. Richbourg received a bachelor’s degree in social work from George Mason University and a master’s degree from Central Michigan University. View Video and Interview Transcript

Dr. J. Thomas Ryan

Dr. J. Thomas Ryan began practicing as a physician in Fredericksburg in 1979. He was a family practice physician with the Pratt Medical Center. From 1989 to 1990, he served two terms as the president of the Mary Washington Hospital medical staff and worked on the strategic planning for the new Mary Washington Hospital. Dr. Ryan had previously served as President of Pratt Medical Center, a multi-specialty group. In 1998, he began serving as the Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer for MediCorp Health System and served in the position until he retired in 2013. He attended Virginia Tech for his undergraduate degree and received his M.D. from Medical College of Virginia (MCV), which is now part of Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU). He earned a post-doctoral certificate in medical management from University of North Carolina and a master’s in health administration from VCU in 1999. He was appointed to the Virginia Tech Board of Visitors in 2013. View Interview Video and Transripts

J. Kevin Van Renan

J. Kevin Van Renan began his career at Mary Washington Healthcare (MWH MediCorp) in 1995 as the Director of Cardiac Services. In 2006, he began serving as the Senior Vice President and Administrator of Mary Washington Hospital. He retired from Mary Washington Healthcare in 2014. Van Renan’s career in health care began in 1976 at Bryan Memorial Hospital in Lincoln, Nebraska. While a student at the University of Nebraska he worked as a nurse’s assistant. He later worked as a respiratory therapist and a registered nurse. He received a bachelor’s degree and a MBA from the University of Nebraska. View Video and Interview Transcript

Patti Virga

Patti Virga is a registered nurse (RN) and a manager in Case Management at Mary Washington Healthcare. She began working as a nurse in the ICU at Mary Washington Hospital in 1990 and transitioned to case management in 1996. View Video and Interview Transcript

Thomas F. Williams, Jr.

Thomas Williams, Jr. is a partner in the law firm of Franklin, Williams & Cowan. He became involved with MWH MediCorp when he was asked to serve on the MediCorp Properties board in the mid-1980s. He began serving on the MWH MediCorp Board of Trustees in 1992 and was elected chair of the board in 1993. While he served as chair, MWH MediCorp changed its name to MediCorp Health System in 1996. Williams oversaw the restructuring of boards to eliminate board overlap and inefficiencies. The boards of the subsidiaries were changed to operating boards and made to operate more efficiently. During his tenure as chair, Mary Washington Hospital expanded from a community hospital to a tertiary care hospital and added new medical programs, such as neurosurgery, open-heart surgery, and interventional cardiology. After serving for twelve years, Williams left the MediCorp Health System Board of Trustees in 2005. View Video and Interview Transcript 

Joseph R. Wilson

Joseph R. Wilson joined the Mary Washington Hospital board as a citizen member in 1982 and served on the finance committee. In 1988, he became a voting member of the Mary Washington Hospital Board. He served as chair of the Mary Washington Hospital Board of Trustees from 1991 to 1996. While he was chair, the board started the Mary Washington Hospital Foundation Community Service Fund (now the Community Benefit Fund). The fund provides grants to outside organizations to improve the health of the community. He was chair of the Community Service Fund committee for ten years. He was chair of the MediCorp Health System Board of Trustees from 2006 to 2008 and was active with the plans for Stafford Hospital. In 2009, the Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Association awarded him the Excellence in Governance Award. Although no longer a voting member of the MWHC Board of Trustees, Wilson serves on the Mary Washington Hospital Foundation Board of Trustees and works with the Community Benefits Oversight Committee. He has served on Fredericksburg City Council and currently serves on the Fredericksburg Economic Development Authority. View Video and Interview Transcript

Marguerite Young

Marguerite Young served on the Mary Washington Healthcare (MWH MediCorp) Board of Trustees from 1988 to 2000. A founding member of the Healthcare Assembly, Young was a leader in and advocate for Mary Washington Healthcare’s community benefit programs. She began her career as an educator in Fredericksburg in 1957. She was a teacher, an assistant principal, a principal, and director of instruction for Fredericksburg City Schools. She continues to work with Mary Washington Healthcare on community benefit. She is a current member of the Central Virginia Health Services Board of Directors. View Video and Interview Transcript

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