Redmond Regional Medical Center announces the appointment of two new members to its Board of Trustees. Joining the board are Harbin Clinic cardiologist, Dr. J. Michael Ware, and Chattooga County Commissioner, Jason Winters.

Dr. J. Michael Ware joined Harbin Clinic Cardiology in 1989. Leading up to this position, Dr. Ware completed his medical education at Emory University of Medicine in Atlanta. He then fulfilled his residency at Vanderbilt University Hospital in Nashville, and came back to Emory to complete his fellowship. Dr. Ware holds several certifications and distinctions. He is Board Certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine in Internal Medicine, Cardiovascular Diseases and Interventional Cardiology. He has held several leadership roles at Redmond throughout the years. Currently, he is the Medical Director of Redmond’s Heart Catheterization Lab and is Redmond’s Chest Pain Accreditation Medical Director. Dr. Ware is also the active Chair of the Harbin Clinic Cardiology Group.

In 2014, Dr. Ware was named a Redmond Frist Humanitarian Award winner for his humanitarian spirit and philanthropic work. He was recognized as a physician known throughout Redmond for his outstanding clinical skills as well as for his compassionate, kind, and humble ways. The award also recognized his humanitarian efforts that extend beyond his patients. Dr. Ware is a conservationist of land and wildlife, and he gives generously to those who are in need of help.

Jason Winters is a graduate of Chattooga High School. He attended Berry College where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Political Science. After graduating from Berry, he worked at his family’s business, Bankson Oil Company, in Summerville. Winters has been Chattooga County’s sole Commissioner since 2008. He was also named one of the best and brightest of the state’s young leaders in Georgia Trend’s “40 Under 40” in 2011. In 2015, Winters was appointed by Governor Nathan Deal as one of five directors to serve on the Georgia Soil and Water Conservation Commission.

Winters holds many leadership positions in the northwest Georgia area. He is a member and former president of the Summerville-Trion Rotary Club, a member and former chairman of the Chattooga County Chamber of Commerce, and a member of the Summerville-Trion Optimist Club. Serving on the Redmond Regional Medical Center Board of Directors will be a familiar duty to Winters. He currently serves on the boards of several institutions, including the Georgia Northwestern Technical College Foundation, the Northwest Georgia Regional Commission, the Northwest Georgia Joint Development Authority, and the Chattooga County Boys and Girls Club. Winters is also a 2010 graduate of Leadership Georgia.

Dr. J. Micheal Ware and Jason Winters will each serve a two year term on Redmond’s Board of Trustees. “I am proud to welcome Dr. Ware and Mr. Winters to our Board and appreciate their willingness to serve,” said Redmond CEO John Quinlivan. “Both are well-respected and accomplished in their fields. I am confident they will provide the kind of professional oversight and direction we have historically enjoyed from our board.”