Lee Higginbotham, CEO

Lee Higginbotham
Chief Executive Officer
Lee Higginbotham, a native of Charlottesville, Virginia, was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Dominion Hospital in Falls Church, Virginia, in May 2016.

Prior to joining Dominion Hospital, Lee served as the Chief Operating Officer and the Ethics and Compliance Officer at Frankfort Regional Medical Center in Frankfort, Kentucky. Prior to joining Frankfort Regional, Lee was the Associate Administrator at CJW Medical Center and Administrator of the Levinson Heart Hospital in Richmond, Virginia.

Lee earned his Master of Health Administration from the Medical College of Virginia in Richmond, Virginia. He received his bachelor’s degree from Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia where he double majored in History and Political Science. Lee is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and is the recipient of the Regent’s Award and Service Award.

Lee and his wife have three children, a son and two daughters. In his spare time, Lee is an outdoor junkie and loves to mountain bike, fly fish, and backpack for fun.

Matt Untch, CFO

Matt Untch
Chief Financial Officer
Matt has spent over 18 years in Healthcare and with HCA. Beginning as a staff accountant at Research Psychiatric Center in Kansas City Missouri coming straight out of college, Matt was promoted through the ranks of healthcare finance to Senior Financial Analyst, to Assistant Controller, and then to Controller in three different hospitals. Matt has worked in four Med-Surg Hospitals and one Psychiatric Hospital before joining the team at Dominion Hospital. In 2015 Matt was selected as one of six financial professionals within HCA to participate in the HCA CFO Executive Development Program.

Matt earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. He is a member of Healthcare Financial Management Association and the American College of Healthcare Executives. Matt and his wife have five children, 3 sons and 2 daughters. Outside of work Matt enjoys spending time with his family, serving within his church, and reading personal development books.