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OrthoVirginia Announces New Chief Administrative Officers in Fairfax and Richmond

05/Jan/2018
Lynchburg VA, OV Richmond, OV Northern Virginia
​OrthoVirginia, the state’s largest provider of multi-disciplinary musculoskeletal care and therapy, today announced that Lynne Robinson and Justin Zakia have been hired as Chief Administrative Officers. Zakia will be located in northern Virginia, while Robinson will be based in Richmond.

OrthoVirginia, the state’s largest provider of multi-disciplinary musculoskeletal care and therapy, today announced that Lynne Robinson and Justin Zakia have been hired as Chief Administrative Officers. Zakia will be located in northern Virginia, while Robinson will be based in Richmond.
 

“We are so pleased to have both Lynne and Justin join us as CAOs of OrthoVirginia,” said Dale Ingram, CEO of OrthoVirginia. “Both bring leadership skills and experience in organizational growth that are essential to our practice as we continue to make quality and efficiency of patient care our top priority.”
 

Robinson comes to OrthoVirginia from PartnerMD in Richmond, where she served as COO, Chief Relationship Officer, and Chief Business Development Officer. She is a Certified Public Accountant and has a degree in business administration from Radford University.
 

Zakia comes to OrthoVirginia from George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates in Washington, D.C. where he served as Practice Group Administrator. He has a bachelor of science degree in environmental technology from Cornell University and a master of science degree in healthcare delivery science from Dartmouth College.
 

At OrthoVirginia, Robinson and Zakia will provide strategic operational leadership to deliver on the practice’s objectives of providing high quality, cost-effective care through innovative orthopedic techniques and care delivery systems.  As OrthoVirginia evolves and grows as a company, the CAOs will be instrumental in continuing positive community partnerships, supporting its network of physicians, and empowering its teams to continually improve patient care.