Rome, Ga., December 21, 2015 — Redmond Regional Medical Center announces Brad Stockton as Chief Operating Officer. In his role, Stockton will oversee operations of assigned clinical and non-clinical departments, ensuring that operational objectives and results align with the overall needs of the hospital.

Stockton received a bachelor’s in business management at Samford University.  He received both his master of business administration and master of health administration degrees from the University of Alabama at Birmingham.  Following graduate school, Stockton participated in an administrative residency at Riverview Regional Medical Center in Gadsden, Alabama, where he remained as an assistant administrator for nearly four years.

In 2010, Stockton relocated to Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center in Knoxville, Tennessee, where he served as Vice President for Support Services.  Most recently, Stockton held the position of Chief Operating Officer at Turkey Creek Medical Center which is also located in Knoxville, Tennessee.  “We’re so glad to welcome Brad and his wife, Kit, to our Redmond family,” said John Quinlivan, Redmond Chief Executive Officer.  “Brad’s demonstrated leadership and success in his previous positions make him an excellent fit for Redmond.”

Stockton and his wife recently relocated to Rome, Georgia.  “Kit and I already love Rome and are excited to be a part of this wonderful community,” said Stockton.  “In the healthcare community, Redmond is known for quality outcomes and an engaged staff.  I’m honored to be joining this great team and furthering Redmond’s tradition of providing quality care for this community.”