Hospital Corporation of American (HCA, Inc.) is one of the leading healthcare providers in the country with 174 hospitals, 119 freestanding surgery centers in 20 states and the United Kingdom.
HCA Capital Division is proud to serve HCA's Mission by continuing to provide high quality and compassionate patient-centered healthcare to our communities across Virginia, New Hampshire, Kentucky and Indiana.
Meet Our Executive Team
Tim McManus FACHE, is a native of the Washington Metro Region and now serves as President of HCA’s Capital Division which includes oversight of 18 hospitals across the states of Virginia, New Hampshire, Kentucky and Indiana.
Through his career, Tim spent over twenty years working in numerous leadership positions in hospitals across the country, including CEO of Chippenham and Johnston Willis Hospitals in Richmond and, prior to that, CEO of HCA Northern Virginia and Reston Hospital Center. He has had a strong track record for strategically growing healthcare organizations’ patient volumes, developing robust service-line expansions, improving customer satisfaction, driving quality improvement and engaging in the communities he serves.
Tim is a Fellow in the American College of Healthcare Executives. In 2009, he was recognized in his community as a top business leader under 40. In 2012 and 2013 he was recognized by Becker’s Hospital Review as one of the top 300 healthcare leaders to know.
He earned his Master's of Health Services in Finance and Management degree from the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health and his Bachelor's of Science at Tulane University. Through his career, Tim has served on many nonprofit Boards in the communities he resided. Currently, he is a Board member of the Virginia Hospital & Healthcare Association and Virginia Health Information, and a member of the Management Round Table.
He and his wife, Holly, have three children—Max, Georgia, and Ava, and reside in Midlothian, Virginia.
Susan Shreeve is the Chief Financial Officer for HCA’s Capital Division. Prior to coming to the Capital Division in 2017, Susan was the CFO of Medical City Dallas since 2014. She joined HCA in 1997 and held the position of chief financial officer at Bayshore Medical Center in Pasadena, TX and at Research Medical Center, Belton Regional Medical Center and Research Psychiatric Center in Kansas City. There she led the development of a 25-bed behavioral health unit and inpatient hospice and hospitalist programs.
Susan received her Bachelor of Science in accounting and Masters of Accountancy, Information Systems Audit, from Brigham Young University in Provo, UT. She lives in Richmond with her husband, Mark, and has two adult sons, Tanner and Jacob.
Richard M. Hamrick III, MD, MBA, FCCP, joined HCA Capital Division and the HCA Virginia Health System as Chief Medical Officer in 2011.
Dr. Hamrick has held leadership positions in numerous organizations. Prior to joining HCA Capital Division he served as president of the Richmond Academy of Medicine and the Medical Society of Virginia. He is the former chairman of the Medical Society of Virginia Insurance Agency which serve over 3,000 physicians as their broker for health and malpractice insurance.
He is a former member of the Board of Regents of the American College of Chest Physicians. He is a former Chief of Staff of Henrico Doctors’ Hospital. He was the founding co-chairman of Virginia Improving Patients Care and Safety (VIPCS) a broad-based coalition of health industry leading patient safety efforts in Virginia, and also served as a founding board member for Centralized Credentials Verification Service (CCVS), which now provides credentials verification services for over 2,000 healthcare providers. In addition, he served on the Board of Trustees of Westminster Canterbury Richmond. He currently serves as treasurer of the Virginia Center for Health Innovation. Over his career he has served the Commonwealth on several workgroups appointed by the Governor and Secretary of Health and Human Resources.
Dr. Hamrick is board-certified in internal medicine, pulmonary disease and critical care medicine, and was in private practice in Richmond for over 20 years as a member of Pulmonary Associates of Richmond, Inc. A graduate of Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, Virginia, he received a medical degree from the Medical College of Virginia, completed a family practice internship at the North Carolina Baptist Hospital at the Bowman Gray School of Medicine, an internal medicine residency at West Virginia University Medical Center, and a fellowship in pulmonary diseases from Georgetown University Medical Center. He subsequently obtained an MBA from Virginia Commonwealth University.
He has written frequently in both the scientific and lay press, and has extensive research experience as a principal site investigator in clinical trials.
Jan Gannon MSN, RN, NE-BC, CPHQ, joined HCA in August of 2016 as CNO of Chippenham Hospital and became the Capital Division’s first Chief Nurse Executive in January of this year. Prior to joining HCA, Jan was the Clinical COO/CNO at St. Vincent’s in Birmingham, part of the Ascension System.
A native of West Point, Mississippi, Jan has worked in both Birmingham and Atlanta in various roles such as Physician Practice COO, CNO at Trinity Medical Center and System CNO of DeKalb Medical in Atlanta, GA., for the last 38 years. She has a proven track record of leading and positively impacting organizations in employee, physician and patient engagement, quality, service-line development and culture.
Jan’s professional organizations include the American Association for Nurse Executives, the National Association of Healthcare Quality and Sigma Theta Tau – International Honor Society of Nursing. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Mississippi Medical Center and her Master of Science in Nursing from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Jan and her husband Frank, have three children – Brad, Grant and Kathryn and five grandchildren.
Brandon Mencini is the Senior Vice President of Strategy and Development for HCA Capital Division. He is responsible for leading the growth, strategy and development agenda for the 18 hospitals in the Capital Division.
Brandon began his career with HCA in February, 2013. At HCA, Brandon has developed and executed several comprehensive growth strategies resulting in new service lines and programs, led capital development projects, championed physician recruitment initiatives, and orchestrated regional campus plans. He expanded HCA’s presence in several new regions throughout his career with the company. Prior to this, worked in a service line operations, strategic development, and practice management roles outside of HCA. Brandon began his career as an EMT in a Level I Trauma Center in metro Denver.
In 2015, Brandon was the recipient of the Denver Business Journal’s “40 under 40” honors and in 2016, was nominated as the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s “Man of the Year.” Brandon’s has served on several boards including as chair for Arapahoe House and a board member with Project Angel Heart.
Brandon has his Masters of Health Administration from Webster University and his Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from University of Colorado. He and his wife Michelle live in Richmond, VA and have two children.
Ann Latstetter DNP, RN, joined the HCA Capital Division team in April of 2005 as Division Director of Quality/Risk and Clinical Resources. In 2007 she was promoted to Vice President of Quality/Risk and Clinical Resources for Capital Division and in May of 2012 she assumed the role of Division CNO and VP of Quality and in 2016 the two roles were split. She remains the Division VP of Quality. The Capital Division spans four states, Virginia, New Hampshire, Kentucky and Indiana; eighteen campuses. She leads the division’s activities relating to clinical quality improvement, patient safety, risk, infection control, credentialing, and regulatory compliance. She works with the Division Chief Medical Officer, as well as the facility Quality leads and the Chief Medical Officers, Medical and Nursing staff.
Ann began her career in nursing at Methodist Medical Center in Illinois, working in critical care in the open heart and surgical intensive care unit. This was a teaching facility affiliated with University of Illinois.
Previous to the division role Ann served as Director of Quality, Risk, Infection Control, Medical Staff Office, and Case Management at Lewis Gale Medical Center. She has held various nursing and nurse leadership positions at Lewis Gale Medical Center, Salem, Virginia, St. Mary’s, Milwaukee Wisconsin, West Penn and Alleghany Hospitals in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania.
Ann has served as an expert witness and nurse reviewer for several legal firms. She has also held various nursing and safety faculty positions at local Universities and College.
Ann is a member of National Association of Health Quality (NAHQ) she was a past Board Member of the state chapter for NAHQ, Virginia Association of Health Quality. She serves on a Government Relations Committee for the Virginia Nursing Association. Ann also has membership in Association for Healthcare Risk Management, Association of Nurse Executives. Locally she is part of Bridging Richmond an Attendance Collaborative for the Richmond Public Schools.
Ann is a graduate of Old Dominion University with a Doctor of Nursing Practice. Her undergraduate work, BSN, was done at Bradley University, and her MSN was obtained at Old Dominion University.