Ardabell named CEO of Bon Secours Virginia Health System
Toni R. Ardabell has been named chief executive officer of Bon Secours Virginia Health System, a $2.1 billion health network with eight acute-care hospitals in Richmond and Hampton Roads.
The appointment will become effective May 1. Ardabell will remain CEO of Bon Secours Richmond, a position she has held since Jan. 1, 2015.
Bon Secours Virginia Health System is the fourth-largest health system in Virginia. Its eight acute-care hospitals include St. Mary’s Hospital, Memorial Regional Medical Center, Richmond Community Hospital, St. Francis Medical Center and Rappahannock General in the Richmond market, and DePaul Medical Center, Maryview Medical Center and Mary Immaculate Hospital in Hampton Roads.
Bon Secours Virginia employs more than 13,000 people while Bon Secours Medical Group employs more than 800 health providers.
In addition to hospitals, Bon Secours also operates two free-standing emergency departments, urgent care centers, retail clinics and pharmacies.
As part of her involvement in the community, Ardabell serves as chair of the American Heart Association’s (AHA) regional board of directors and is a member of the AHA’s Mid-Atlantic affiliate board.
She also serves on the Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Association board, the director’s Advisory Board for M&T Bank, the Pennsylvania State University’s Dean’s Advisory Board, Venture Richmond and the Bon Secours Healthcare Foundation board.