The Hospital Authority Board at Lake Taylor Transitional Care Hospital, a not-for-profit health care institution in Norfolk, announced a new slate of officers.
At the annual meeting, the following chairperson was elected for the next 2 year term; the remaining slate of officers were elected for the next 1 year term:
Dr. Willette LeHew was elected Chairperson for the coming term. Dr. LeHew specialized in obstetrics and gynecology in Norfolk for more than 37 years. He has served in numerous leadership positions in professional organizations. In addition, he has served as president of the alumni associations of both Hampden-Sydney College and Eastern Virginia Medical School. Dr. LeHew has served on the Board since 1999.
Anita Poston, partner with Vandeventer Black, was named Vice Chairperson. Ms. Poston serves on several community boards and was selected as one of Virginia Business’ “Virginia Legal Elite” in 2005 in the field of Health Law. Ms. Poston has served on the Board since 2004.
Dr. William Greer, Jr., current president of Virginia Wesleyan College, was elected Secretary. He has served on the Board since 2002.
Irvine B. Hill, former Mayor of Norfolk and an active community servant, was elected Treasurer. Mr. Hill is also a former vice president of Cox Communications. He has served on the Board since 1998.
Conrad Greif, retired local banker with Bank of America as well as an active community servant, was elected At Large Member. Mr. Greif has served on the Board since 2000.
Other members that currently serve on the board are: Stephen Edmonds; Dr. Michael Tucker; Deborah Bauman, Dr. Calvin Durham, Dr. Edward Lilly, and Dr. Brad Robinson.
About the Hospital Authority of Norfolk
The Hospital Authority of Norfolk Board, formed in 1988, is comprised of 11 community leaders, appointed by Mayor Paul Fraim, on a voluntary basis. 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.
About Lake Taylor Transitional Care Hospital
Lake Taylor Transitional Care Hospital, established in 1890 by the City of Norfolk, provides comprehensive sub-acute hospital care and skilled nursing care following an acute illness or surgical event. The hospital focuses on transitioning patients through rehabilitative and restorative care toward their eventual return home.