|Northern Virginia's Hoover Joins Health System Board of Trustees|
Novant Health, the not-for-profit healthcare system
serving the Carolinas and Virginia, has named Michael Hoover to serve on the
Novant Board of Trustees. Hoover represents Prince William Hospital, which
joined Novant Health two years ago.
Hoover is president of TML Copiers,
a Xerox Company, and has 22 years of experience with the organization. He has
worked in the office technology field for approximately 24 years.
serves on the Board of Trustees of Prince William Health System as its vice
chairman. In addition to his service to healthcare, Hoover has volunteered with
other community organizations, including the Kiwanis Club of Bull Run, Prince
William Chamber of Commerce, the local March of Dimes and other groups. He
serves on the leadership team of Helping Haitian Angels, a not-for-profit
organization that supports and operates the Kay Anj Orphanage in Cap Haitian,
Haiti. Hoover also serves as the orphanage's Director of Operations. Hoover is a
graduate of Virginia Tech and has been recognized as an Outstanding Young
Virginian by the Virginia Jaycees.
"In his new role as a member of the
Novant Health Board of Trustees, Michael adds a great breath of experience
including community service, business and healthcare governance," commented Paul
Wiles, Novant Health President and CEO. "Prince William Hospital is expanding to
meet growing community needs. Michael's knowledge of and involvement in northern
Virginia will bring important input and perspective to Novant Health's Board."
Wiles highlighted several major projects at Prince William that address
important patient and community needs: the recent opening of a new high-tech
heart catheterization laboratory for advanced diagnosis of heart disease;
renovation of the hospital's orthopaedic and cancer units, including the
conversion to all private patient rooms; the approval to build a new community
hospital in Haymarket; and plans for a major modernization of Prince William
Hospital and its Manassas campus.