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Spotsylvania hospital names department heads

The new Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center has started hiring its department heads. The latest hires are:

Lecia Albright is the head of quality services. She had been the owner of a consulting firm which specializes in hospital survey readiness, performance improvement and patient safety. She and her husband have lived in Spotsylvania for seven years. They have one daughter.

Krystal Atkinson will lead surgical services. For the last 18 years she has worked at HCA’s Henrico Doctors’ Hospital in Richmond. In the past, she has managed operating rooms, post-anesthesia care units and pre-operative areas. She lives in Richmond with her husband and three children.

Debra Pouliot will be head of human resources. She last worked at Heritage Medical Center in Shelbyville, Tenn., where she was director of human resources. She and her husband recently relocated to Fredericksburg.

Susan Salyer is head of marketing services. She moved to Virginia one year ago from Arizona where she was director of business development and physician liaison for West Valley Hospital in Goodyear, Ariz.  She lives in Richmond with her husband and two children.

Michael Wilmore has been named radiology leader. For the past 23 years, he has worked as a diagnostic technologist, CT scan technologist, special procedure technologist, department manager, clinical instructor, chief technologist and assistant director of radiology at hospitals in South Carolina, Georgia and Florida.

Bryan Workman will head facilities management. He last worked in Denver, Col., where he was facilities director for an HCA hospital there. He and wife, who is also an HCA employee, have two children and plan to reside in Spotsylvania County.


  • SimplyAmazed

    is indicative of how much this new “Spotsylvania” medical facility is going to do for the unemployed and/or commuting professionals residing in our Community. People, this is exactly why people commute to northern Virginia and DC. I refuse to believe, considering all the medical professionals residing in the Fredericksburg area, that qualified locals did not apply for these positions.

  • DAR

    I think it is great that people outside of the area apply for the jobs at the new hospital.Fresh ideas are needed and competition is good,regardless of the Medicorp KoolAid flavor of the day. Experience is not in short supply with these folks either.