Pediatric Specialists of Virginia names its first chief executive officer
Fairfax-based Pediatric Specialists of Virginia (PSV) has named Dr. Leon E. Moores its first chief executive officer.
Other members of PSV’s C-suite are Gregg R. Florentin, chief operating officer; Dr. Jeffrey Hanway, chief surgical officer; and Dr. Ian Leibowitz, chief medical officer.
PSV is a joint venture between Inova Health System and Children’s National Health System.
Moores is a pediatric neurosurgeon and the medical director of pediatric neurosciences for the Inova Health System.
His career has included service as chief of neurosurgery at Walter Reed, chief of the Department of Surgery at Walter Reed, deputy commander for integration at the National Naval Medical Center during the Walter Reed/Bethesda merger, and commander of the Fort Meade Medical Activity, a health-care system with 14 facilities in four states region. He has deployed twice to combat zones.
Moores is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, a professor of neurosurgery at the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine and a professor of surgery and pediatrics at the Uniformed Services University School of Medicine.