Redmond Regional Medical Center announces Scotty Hancock as their Director of Outreach and EMS Relations. Hancock replaces Rod Dawson, who relocated and accepted a position with TriStar Horizon Medical Center in Dickson, Tennessee.


Hancock is a native of Floyd County who received his Associates Degree from Georgia Highlands College. He holds a Bachelors of Business Management and Masters of Arts in Leadership from Shorter College. Hancock spent seven years in the United States Army. Upon discharge from the Army, Hancock returned home and worked for Floyd County for 18 years.  The last ten of those years, he served as the Floyd County Director of Emergency Management.


Most recently, Hancock held the role of Emergency Preparedness and Environment of Care Manager at WellStar Paulding Hospital. “Scotty is well-known and respected in Floyd County and throughout Northwest Georgia,” said John Quinlivan, Redmond Chief Executive Officer. “Having served ten years as Floyd County EMA Director, he is an expert in this vital area of hospital operations. We feel very fortunate to have him on our Redmond team.”


In December 2014, Hancock was elected to the Floyd County Commission. Hancock is a graduate of Leadership Rome. He has served on the boards of the local American Red Cross, Division of Family and Children Services, and the Georgia Department of Public Health.  He is also a past president of the Rome Noon Optimist Club.


Hancock, his wife, and their two children reside in Silver Creek, Georgia. “I am enjoying my new position as the Director of Outreach and EMS Relations,” said Scotty Hancock. “Redmond’s reputation for caring and quality patient care makes my job easy.  Redmond’s team is a family, and I am proud to be a member.”


Redmond Regional Medical Center is a 230 bed facility, serving as a referral source for all of northwest Georgia and parts of Alabama. Including its healthcare partners, Redmond has over 245 physicians with more than 30 specialties and a support staff of approximately 1,200 associates.