LewisGale Hospital Montgomery Names New Chief Nursing Officer

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June 27, 2018
Amy Woods DNP, RN, has been named the new Chief Nursing Officer at LewisGale Hospital Montgomery. Most recently, Woods served as Interim Chief Nursing Officer at LewisGale Hospital Alleghany and was previously the Associate Chief Nursing Officer at LewisGale Medical Center.

“I’m thrilled to be back home,” Woods said, “and once again making a difference in patients’ lives in the New River Valley by helping the team at LewisGale Hospital Montgomery deliver the highest levels of quality patient care.”

Woods previously worked at LewisGale Hospital Montgomery as director of surgical services and as a staff RN in the operating room. She has more than 30 years of nursing experience and earned a doctorate degree in nursing practice and nurse executive leadership at Radford University. 

“We’re so excited to have Amy rejoin our hospital’s team,” says Alan Fabian, CEO of LewisGale Hospital Montgomery. “Her nursing experience, commitment to compassionate care, and deep knowledge of our hospital, community, staff and patients will prove invaluable in this important leadership position.”

About LewisGale Regional Health System
LewisGale Regional Health System’s 44 HCA-owned patient care facilities include 4 hospitals, 2 regional cancer centers, 1 freestanding ER, 6 outpatient centers and affiliations with both employed and independent physicians. With 3,300 employees, its annual payroll is $245.6 million. The system also paid $31 million in taxes and provided more than $125 million in uncompensated care to those most in need in 2014 alone. LewisGale is also part of HCA Virginia, the largest and most comprehensive healthcare provider in the Commonwealth with nearly 15,000 employees. For more information see www.lewisgale.com.