Margaret G. Lewis, F.A.C.H.E
President, HCA Capital Division
Margaret G. Lewis has been president of HCA's Capital Division since 2006, responsible for the operation of hospitals and outpatient facilities in northern, central and southwestern Virginia, New Hampshire, Indiana and Kentucky. She began her career with HCA as a student nurse at Chippenham Medical Center in Richmond, subsequently earning promotions to such senior-level positions as chief nursing officer of HCA's Richmond/Tri-Cities market (1997); chief operating officer of 748-bed CJW Medical Center (1998); and chief executive officer of CJW (2001).
Mrs. Lewis is highly engaged in supporting nonprofit community causes and active in professional and business organizations. She currently serves on the boards of Smithfield Foods, Richmond’s Future, the Science Museum of Virginia, the Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Association, and the Federation of American Hospitals. She is a past board member of LEAD Virginia, the Medical Society of Virginia Foundation, the John Tyler Community College Foundation and Richmond Renaissance. She is former chair of the Old Dominion Emergency Medical Services Alliance and the Virginia Birth-Related Neurological Injury Compensation Program and a past appointee to the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia. She is a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and has received the Chancellor’s Award for Leadership in Philanthropy from the Virginia Community College System and the Alumni Star Award for Nursing from Virginia Commonwealth University.
Mrs. Lewis received an associate degree from John Tyler Community College, a bachelor's degree in nursing from the Medical College of Virginia, and a master's degree in business administration from Averett University.