Bon Secours Hampton Roads has named Kate Brinn as president of Bon Secours Maryview Medical Center in Portsmouth, Va., and Harbour View Medical Campus in Suffolk, Va., effective March 1. Brinn, a Hampton Roads native, has served the ministry in a variety of roles for nearly 15 years.
“Kate is a strong leader who has a deep understanding of hospital operations within Bon Secours in the Hampton Roads market,” said Amy Carrier, president, Bon Secours Hampton Roads. “This, coupled with her commitment to the Mission, will provide a strong foundation for her to lead Maryview Medical Center and Harbour View during an exciting time in our ministry.”
In this role, Brinn will report to Carrier and is responsible for strategic leadership, growth and operational oversight at both Maryview and Harbour View, while ensuring the patient is at the center of every decision. Since joining Bon Secours in 2005, Brinn has served in a variety of roles at the market, state and hospital levels, including most recently serving as vice president of service lines. In this role, she was responsible for leading the service line strategy and assisting in the development and implementation of business plans for programs or services across the market.
“It is my honor to serve as president of Maryview Medical Center and Harbour View Medical Campus,” said Brinn. “I am passionate about serving the ministry and improving the health and well-being of our patients in the Hampton Roads community is unmatched, and I look forward to carrying on the Mission of Bon Secours in my new role.”
During her decade and a half tenure with the ministry, Brinn’s work has focused on surgical service, strategic growth and physician alignment, as well as oversight for ancillary and support departments at Bon Secours Mary Immaculate Hospital. Prior to service as vice president of service lines, she spent nearly 12 years at Mary Immaculate Hospital with roles of administrative director of operations and ambulatory services, as well as director of clinical business development.
Brinn holds a Master of Health Administration from Virginia Commonwealth University and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Virginia.