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HEALTH CARE


MARK NANTZ PRESIDENT AND CEO, VALLEY HEALTH SYSTEM, WINCHESTER


A nonprofit health care system that serves the northern Shenandoah Valley, as well as parts of Maryland and West Virginia, Valley Health faces challenges in supporting community health. “Many of our patients are managing chronic diseases, have challenges accessing transportation to health care, lack access to fresh food, and myriad other factors that make it difficult to care for their health and well-being,” Nantz explains.


Before becoming president and CEO in June 2020, Nantz was chief admin-


istrative officer and Atlantic Group president at Bon Secours Mercy Health. He also has served as executive vice president and chief strategy officer for Bon Secours. Nantz has a master’s degree in health administration from Pfeiffer University in North Carolina and has volunteered with the American Heart Association and the March of Dimes, as well as other organizations.


TOP FACTOR THAT HELPED VALLEY HEALTH WEATHER THE PANDEMIC: Our people, but also our community. When we were uncertain about the future availability of [personal protective equipment] for our people — the community banded together and sewed more than 20,000 masks for our caregivers. That says a lot about our relationship with the community and the special place we hold in their hearts.


I’m continually inspired by seeing firsthand how the work we do makes a real difference for patients across the continuum of health care.” EDWARD A. PESICKA


DR. JOHN PHIPPS CEO, ORTHOVIRGINIA, RICHMOND


A practicing endocrinologist for more than 20 years, Phipps stepped into the lead role at OrthoVirginia in July 2020. Previously, he served as the system leader for care transformation at Inova Health System and as the president of Novant Health Medical Group. Phipps received his medical degree from the


University of North Carolina School of Medicine and was previously based in Winston Salem, North Carolina. OrthoVirginia is Virginia’s largest provider of orthopedic (musculoskeletal) medicine, with more than 100 doctors and 30-plus locations in Lynchburg, Northern Virginia, Richmond and Virginia Beach. Founded in 1960, the company has expanded rapidly in recent years. In 2021, three orthopedic, physical therapy and sports medicine practices in Arlington and Blacksburg became part of OrthoVirginia.


The practice has also built a repu- tation for innovation. Its stand-alone Ortho on Call clinics offer walk-in care for broken bones, sports injuries and other urgent injuries. Its Reston office recently began using the Augmedics xvision Spine System, which employs augmented reality to show surgeons a 3D model of a patient’s spine during implant surgery.


106 VIRGINIA 500


EDWARD A. PESICKA PRESIDENT AND CEO, OWENS & MINOR INC., MECHANICSVILLE


Pesicka had just marked his first year as chief of Fortune 500 medical supply com- pany Owens & Minor when “PPE,” short for personal protective equipment, suddenly entered everyone’s vocabulary in 2020. Production of surgical masks, gowns and face shields hurtled into overdrive as the company hired 500 more employees and ran four production shiſts 24/7. Pesicka was invited to an industry discus- sion advising the White House on PPE in the early days of the pandemic. During Pesicka’s tenure, the venerable company, which was founded as a Richmond drugstore in 1882, has seen its stock price rise. The Case Western Reserve University and


Muskingum University alumnus also chairs the Owens & Minor Foundation, a nonprofit with a primary focus on health care, the environment, and diversity and inclusion. He previously worked in executive roles at Thermo Fisher Scientific and TRW Inc.


WHAT MAKES ME PASSIONATE ABOUT MY WORK: Serving our humble mission of empowering our customers to advance health care is at the heart of everything we do. I’m continually inspired by seeing firsthand how the work we do makes a real difference for patients across the continuum of health care.


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