Johnston-Willis Hospital and Chippenham Hospital are two of five HCA Virginia hospitals in the Richmond market to have been named to the 2022 Fortune/Merative 100 Top Hospitals list, formerly known as the IBM/Watson Health 100 Top Hospital list. The hospitals are recognized for excellence in clinical outcomes, operational efficiency, patient experience and financial health. In the “Large Community Hospital” category, Chippenham and Johnston-Willis Hospitals is No. 19. Additionally, all five hospitals were selected out of just 25 nationwide to receive the 2022 Everest Award, which honors hospitals that have demonstrated both the highest current performance and the fastest long-term improvement.
Chesapeake Financial Shares, parent company of Chesapeake Bank, has made the American Banker magazine listing of the Top 200 Community Banks in the United States. The bank ranked at No. 130 in the nation out of approximately 6,000 community banks in the study. This is the 15th consecutive year that Chesapeake, with a location at 10000 Courtview Lane, has made the ranking of a Top 200 Community Bank.
According to Richmond BizSense, The Hogan Group real estate brokerage is preparing to open a Chesterfield outpost at 9842 Lori Road, a multitenant office building across from the Chesterfield County government complex. The 4,900-square-foot space adds to Hogan Group’s headquarters in Scott’s Addition, as well as a third office in Charlottesville that it opened last year, at a location just west of Charlottesville’s Downtown Mall. About 15 agents are expected to join office lead Jeremy Cecchettini and principal broker Alicia Chappell at the office when it opens in mid-August. Hogan said the company plans to have as many as 40 agents based there by the end of the year.
Cross Timbers Roofing, a residential and commercial roofing company in Central Virginia, was recently named a 2022 Power Player by Roofing & Exteriors, the official digital media brand for the International Roofing Expo. This is an honor that’s awarded to only 50 roofing and exterior companies in the country each year.
Richmond Bizsense reports that restaurant chain Teriyaki Madness is expected to open a location at Winterfield Crossing in October. The new-to-market concept is franchised by Mike Fleck, owner of River City Diner, and his son-in-law Jared Shanks. Described as a fast-casual Asian concept, the menu will offer rice and noodle bowls that feature chicken or other proteins as well as vegetables for about $9 to $11. The upcoming Teriyaki Madness is planned to have eight to 10 four-top tables in its 1,600-square-foot space. Shanks estimated that about $500,000 would be invested in the buildout.
The Chesterfield Chamber is accepting applications for Leadership Chesterfield, a nine-month program for those interested in strengthening their leadership vision and effectiveness, deepening their understanding of and connections to the chamber, the county and the business community. The sessions will be held the third Tuesday of each month from October through June, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at various county locations. Each session will be a combination of leadership development, practical application and community leaders. Each session will include lunch and networking. The cost is $1,125 for members, $1,300 for nonmembers. For more information, contact Iris Woodson at firstname.lastname@example.org