HCA Healthcare North Florida Division announced today the appointment of Chris Mosley, as Chief Executive Officer of HCA Florida Capital Hospital, starting in early March. In his new role, Mosley will oversee the 288-bed acute-care hospital in Tallahassee, which has served the Big Bend region for more than 40 years. Mosley has more than a decade of experience in healthcare administration having served in various leadership roles at HCA Healthcare.
“Chris is a mission-driven leader who is dedicated to fostering a culture of caring like family for our patients and colleagues and prioritizes achieving clinical excellence,” said Brian Cook, president, HCA Healthcare North Florida Division. “We are excited to welcome Chris to our HCA Florida Healthcare family and through his leadership, I know he will continue to carry out HCA Healthcare’s mission at HCA Florida Capital Hospital.”
Mosley most recently served as CEO of Piedmont Cartersville Medical Center, formerly HCA Cartersville Medical Center, in Cartersville, Georgia—a 119 bed acute-care facility in North Georgia. As Chief Executive Officer at Piedmont Cartersville Medical Center, Mosley was responsible for the strategy, operations, and vision of the $153M net revenue community medical center that oversees more than 800 colleagues and led the integration of the facility into the Piedmont Health System from HCA Healthcare. Under his leadership, the hospital maintained a Leapfrog “A” grade for 9 consecutive cycles and achieved its Level III Trauma Designation and ACS verification in December 2021.
Mosley began his HCA Healthcare career with the South Atlantic Division as vice president of operations of Summerville Medical Center in Summerville, South Carolina. He then became the chief operating officer at HCA Florida Orange Park Hospital and chief executive officer at HCA Florida Putnam Hospital in Palatka, Florida.
“I am excited to return to Florida and look forward to working with the talented team at HCA Florida Capital Hospital,” said Chris Mosley, incoming chief executive officer, HCA Florida Capital Hospital. “It is my priority to put our patients first and ensure our community has access to high-quality healthcare services. HCA Florida Capital is known for its care like family approach and I look forward to continuing to serve our communities in the Big Bend region.” Mosley earned a bachelor’s degree in economics, Spanish, and business administration from Transylvania University and a master’s degree in business administration from Duke University.