“It’s been a great honor to open Spotsylvania Regional and set it on a course for success,” said Tobin.
Tobin directed the development of Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center even before the ground breaking. “He has been an outstanding leader during its first three years of operation and created a patient-first culture that has earned the community’s trust,” Margaret Lewis, senior executive of HCA Virginia and president of HCA’s Capital Division, said.
to joining Spotsylvania Regional, Tobin served as CEO at three other
facilities – LewisGale Hospital Alleghany in Low Moor, Va; Clinch Valley
Medical Center in Richlands, Va; and Coliseum Medical Centers in Macon,
His career with HCA began in 1985 as an evening and weekend
administrator at Henrico Doctors’ Hospital in Richmond, and he also
held positions at CJW Medical Center in Richmond and LewisGale Medical
Center in Salem, Va.
Tobin plans to stay in the Spotsylvania region. “It hardly seems possible that twenty-eight years have passed,” he said of his time with HCA. “I’ve enjoyed it tremendously – especially the people I’ve met and been privileged to work with. They’re the ones who have made it all worthwhile.”