Chesapeake Regional Healthcare names new CEO
Chesapeake Regional Healthcare (CRH) has named Reese Jackson its president and CEO.
Jackson has more than two decades of health-care leadership. More recently, Jackson was the president and CEO of Forbes Hospital in Monroeville, Pa. The hospital has more than 300 beds and is a certified Level II trauma center.
Jackson has ties to Virginia. He received a master’s degree in health administration degree from Virginia Commonwealth University and a law degree from the University of Richmond. Jackson, his wife Mary Ann, and their two daughters will be relocating to Chesapeake.
Jackson’s first day at CRH will be Dec. 1. He replaces Dr. Alton Stocks, who has been interim president and CEO since March.
CRH includes Chesapeake Regional Medical Center, an independent, nonprofit hospital with 310 licensed beds.