Dr. Scott Grabill, DO is selected as the Chief of Surgery at Chesapeake Regional Hospital
November 12th 2019
Chesapeake, Virginia—Dr. Scott Grabill, one of SMOC- Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center’s Total Joint Specialists, was selected as Chesapeake Regional Hospital’s Chief of Surgery.
During his tenure at Chesapeake Regional, Dr. Grabill displayed his ability to lead by example and provide consistent positive outcomes for both SMOC and Chesapeake Regional Hospital. His expertise in surgical and medical aspects of the hospital, as well as the business side, have proven him to be a great addition.
“The medical executive committee at Chesapeake Regional Medical Center is excited to have Dr. Grabill as the new Chief of Surgery. His thoughtfulness and expertise make him an asset to the community he serves, and we know he will be invaluable as a leader of the medical staff.” – Ben Fickenscher, M.D., President, Medical Statt at Chesapeake Regional Healthcare.
When asked about his newly appointed position, Dr. Grabill stated, “I am honored to serve in this role and look forward to leading such a group of talented and dedicated surgeons. My goal is to help ensure that our surgeons and staff continue to provide the highest quality and innovative surgical care to the Chesapeake community.”
Dr. Grabill joined SMOC in 2015, after serving 13 years of active duty in the US Navy and as Chairman of Orthopaedic Adult Reconstruction Surgery at the prestigious Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, MD. He will continue working as one of SMOC’s skillful joint replacement and reconstruction specialists as he accepts this prestigious position with Chesapeake Regional Hospital.
About Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Center (SMOC)
Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Center (SMOC) has been providing quality orthopedic services to southeastern Virginia for more than 33 years. Each member of this highly distinguished practice is fellowship-trained in their respective areas of expertise and participates in the activities of numerous prestigious medical associations. SMOC was founded in 1984 and today includes specialty-trained orthopedic, spine and pain medicine physicians, specialty trained physician assistants and physical and occupational therapists specializing in orthopedic services, joint care and pain medicine.
About Chesapeake Regional Healthcare
Chesapeake Regional Healthcare is home to Chesapeake Regional Medical Center, the only independent, community-based hospital in the Hampton Roads region providing technologically advanced health care to the residents of southeastern Virginia and northeastern North Carolina for more than 40 years. It offers a nationally accredited Chest Pain Center, a Bariatric Surgery Center of Excellence, several five-star ratings from Healthgrades® and one of the busiest Emergency Departments and maternity wards in the area. With more than 600 physicians on staff, the first da Vinci® XI Surgical System in the state of Virginia and the first hospital in the world to adopt CorPath GRX Vascular Robotic Systems in all vascular intervention treatment rooms. Chesapeake Regional is dedicated to putting patients first with the most advanced treatments in health care and a personalized touch. For more information, visit www.chesapeakeregional.com.