In the News
Breast Cancer Awareness - Breast Self-Exams
ABC 7 News / WJLA, October 13, 2016
Interview with Molly L. Sebastian, MD, FACS, Medical Director, the Reinsch Pierce Family Center for Breast Health at Virginia Hospital Center.
Washingtonian’s Excellence in Nursing awards
By Sarah Lindner Washingtonian | May 10, 2016
31 finalists and 11 award recipients were honored for their extraordinary contributions in the field of nursing.
Washingtonian honored thirty-one of the top nurses in the D.C. area at the third biennial Excellence in Nursing awards dinner on May 4 at the Carnegie Library. Of the extraordinary finalists, eleven individuals received the Washingtonian Excellence in Nursing Award for their contributions in the field of nursing. Read more
Congratulations to Senior Vice President & Chief Nursing Officer, Darlene Vrotsos, MS, BSN, RN, winner of Washingtonian Magazine's 2016 Excellence in Nursing Award - Nursing Leadership!
We thank Darlene and Assistant Patient Care Director Michelle Altman, MBA, RN (finalist, 2016 Excellence in Nursing Award - Community Nursing, Hospital) for their expertise and dedication to our patients and the local community.
WBJ 40 Under 40 for 2016
By Vandana Sinha, Washington Business Journal | April 8, 2016
...Meet the Washington Business Journal's class of 40 Under 40 for 2016. Forty young women and men who have scaled the ranks in real estate, health care, hospitality, technology, law and, well, every other industry you can imagine in the Washington area... Read more
Dr. Jeffrey P. DiLisi, Senior vice president and chief medical officer, Virginia Hospital Center, Age: 39
Jeffrey DiLisi uses both his medical degree and MBA in his role overseeing everything from patient safety and quality to medical staff affairs across the 530,000-square-foot, 342-bed Virginia Hospital Center, some of whose staff surrounds him here. Read more
100 Hospital and Health System CIOs to Know 2016
By Staff, Becker's Hospital review | January 22, 2016
Becker's Hospital Review is pleased to release the 2016 edition of its list of 100 Hospital and Health System CIOs to Know.
Michael Mistretta, Vice President and CIO of Virginia Hospital Center (Arlington). Mr. Mistretta joined Virginia Hospital Center in 2015, bringing nearly 30 years of experience to the job of vice president and CIO. Previously, he was with Kaweah Delta Healthcare District in Visalia, Calif. Mr. Mistretta is a CHIME certified healthcare CIO and a certified professional in health information management by HIMSS. Mr. Mistretta attended the United States Military Academy at West Point, N.Y., and also earned an MBA from Ashland University in Ohio. Read more