Mark Rader, FACHE, has been named CEO of StoneSprings Hospital Center, a 124-bed acute care HCA Healthcare facility currently under construction on 51 acres in Loudoun County, Virginia. Mr. Rader took leadership of StoneSprings Hospital Center ( on March 30, 2015, and the $186.5 million hospital and adjacent medical office building are scheduled to open in December. When completed, StoneSprings Hospital Center will join Reston Hospital Center, Dominion Hospital and two outpatient surgery centers to serve one of the nation’s fastest growing and most vibrant regions.

Mr. Rader is a seasoned leader who is coming to Northern Virginia after serving as CEO of Northwest Medical Center, also an HCA facility, in Margate, Florida. He has more than 23 years of healthcare experience and has been with HCA for the past 20 years. During this time, Mr. Rader served as the Chief Executive Officer for University Hospital in Broward County, Florida, Palmyra Medical Center in Georgia, Pulaski Community Hospital in Virginia, as well as various other leadership positions throughout HCA.

“I’m thrilled to return to Virginia to oversee a long-awaited healthcare facility that is not only going to greatly improve access to care, but is also going to establish itself as an integral part of the community,” said Mr. Rader. “We’re looking forward to delivering the highest level of care to thousands of local residents while also adding more than 500 new jobs and generating more than $2 million in local taxes to support Loudoun County.”

As CEO, Mr. Rader will lead a hospital that will feature 124 beds: 104 medical/surgical beds, 10 Intensive Care Unit beds and 10 Labor-Delivery-Recovery-Postpartum beds. The 230,000-square-foot facility will provide comprehensive inpatient, outpatient, surgical and diagnostic services. It will feature an MRI and CT, 14 Emergency Room bays, seven operating rooms and a cardiac catheterization lab.

Mr. Rader received his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Radford University and Master’s degree in Health Services Administration from Duke University.