Chief Operating Officer
Pete Long-Innes, a native of Nashville, Tennessee, was appointed Chief Operating Officer of Frankfort Regional Medical Center in July 2018. He is responsible for the day-to-day management and oversight of imaging services, engineering/plant operations, environmental services, food and nutrition services, lab/pathology, pharmacy, neuro-diagnostics, rehab and sleep services. In addition, Pete serves as the hospital’s Ethics and Compliance Officer and is a graduate of HCA’s Executive Development Program.
Prior to joining Frankfort Regional, Pete served as the Vice President of Operations at Johnston-Willis Hospital, a campus of HCA Virginia’s 758-bed Chippenham & Johnston-Willis Hospitals. He had oversight of a number of clinical and support departments as well as an active role in the strategic planning of the hospital. He led construction projects including the construction of TriCities Emergency Center, Chippenham Women’s Center, and Johnston-Willis Brain and Spine Center. Prior to his role at Johnston-Willis, Pete served as Associate Administrator at Chippenham Hospital. He spent his administrative residency at both Chippenham & Johnston-Willis Hospitals and HCA’s Capital Division office. Pete has also worked within HCA as an Emergency Department Technician at Reston Hospital Center in Reston, Virginia and at Centennial Medical Center in Nashville as an administrative intern.
Pete received his bachelor’s degree from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio and his master’s degree in Health Administration from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia.