Reston Hospital Center February 28, 2019

RESTON, VA – HCA Virginia Health System has appointed Miah Stutts as the Chief Financial Officer of the Northern Virginia market effective February 25, 2019. She will oversee financial operations at Reston Hospital Center, StoneSprings Hospital Center, and Dominion Hospital.

With over a decade of experience in healthcare, Miah most recently served as the CFO for HCA's Medical City Denton. Prior to joining the HCA Northern Virginia Market, Stutts served in various roles in the Dallas Market including VP of Finance for Medical City Dallas and CFO for HCA's Medical City Lewisville. She began her career with HCA Internal Audit.

"We are excited to welcome Miah to our leadership team. Her experience provides a solid foundation in all aspects of financial management in dynamic markets," says John Deardorff, President and CEO of Reston Hospital Center and HCA's Northern Virginia market. "She brings a strong background in strategic development, process improvement, and hospital operations in a variety of hospital settings." He adds, "Under her leadership, her facilities have experienced marked improvements in financial metrics and key strategic initiatives."

A native of Louisiana, Stutts received her Bachelor's Degree in Accounting from Louisiana State University, and she is also a Certified Public Accountant. Stutts and her husband, Trevor, have relocated to Northern Virginia and look forward to exploring the area.


About Reston Hospital Center

Part of HCA Virginia Health System, Reston Hospital Center is a 187-bed, acute-care medical and surgical facility that has garnered high honors for attentive patient care and nursing excellence. Reston Hospital Center is home to the region's newest Level II Trauma Center and the most comprehensive robotic surgery in the Mid-Atlantic.

Statewide, HCA Virginia Health System operates 14 hospitals and more than 30 outpatient centers and is affiliated with 3,000 physicians. It is Virginia's fourth-largest private employer, provides $190.8 million in charity and uncompensated care, and pays $72.6 million in taxes annually. For more information, visit the Reston Hospital Center website.