City of Norfolk Mayor Paul Fraim recently announced the reappointment of Anita O. Poston and Irvine B. Hill to the Hospital Authority of Norfolk, the public oversight body for Lake Taylor Transitional Care Hospital.
Poston and Hill were reappointed by Mayor Fraim to work in cooperation with fellow Board members as well as hospital leadership and administration to set policies governing the hospital’s operations. They both will serve another six-year term on the Board.
Specializing in business and estate planning as well as health law, Poston has been a partner with Vandeventer Black LLP for 30 years. She is an American Bar Association Fellow as well as Virginia Law Foundation Fellow. She was the 1992 recipient of the Professional Woman of Hampton Roads Award and the 2001 recipient of the Citizen Lawyer Award for The College of William & Mary School of Law.
As the former Mayor of Norfolk, Irvine Hill is an active community servant, having served as the President and Chairman of the Board of many charitable and civic organizations in the Commonwealth. He has served as the Virginia Citizen Representative on the Chesapeake Bay Commission since its inception. He is also the former Vice President of Cox Communications as well as former President and General Manager of WCMS AM and FM radio.
About the Hospital Authority of Norfolk
The Hospital Authority of Norfolk Board, formed in 1988, is comprised of 11 community leaders, appointed by Norfolk Mayor Paul Fraim on a voluntary basis, to serve six-year terms. Despite countless hours of dedicated service, the Commission members receive no form of compensation for their role or hours of voluntary service.
The leadership of the Authority is determined through the annual nomination and election of officers. Members of the Board nominate and elect members to serve in the capacity of Chairman, Vice Chairman, Treasurer and Secretary.