Bon Secours Richmond Health System names new vice president
Bon Secours Richmond Health System announced Wednesday it has named Rhodes B. Ritenour vice president of external and regulatory affairs in the mission services division.
Prior to joining Bon Secours, Ritenour served as deputy attorney general of Virginia for civil litigation, overseeing 100 lawyers and non-lawyers.
Before that, he was a partner at LeClairRyan in Richmond where he focused on intellectual property litigation and regulatory matters.
Ritenour also has served as a law clerk for U.S. District Judge Jackson L. Kiser in the Western District of Virginia and worked in the policy office of U.S. Sen. Mark Warner when he was governor of Virginia.
Ritenour earned his undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Virginia. He is co-chair of the Virginia Bar Association Judiciary Committee. He also is co-founder of TheDiabetesSupportGroup.org, a national diabetes support group focused on the proactive management of diabetes.