Rome, Ga., December 18, 2015— Redmond Regional Medical center announces Joe Gleason as Associate Administrator. Gleason began working at Redmond in 2000 as a Staff Physical Therapist. During his tenure, Gleason has taken on numerous responsibilities at Redmond and has received internal promotions including Director of Therapy Services and Patient Experience Officer.

Gleason holds a Master of Physical Therapy from the University of Scranton in Scranton, Pennsylvania.  He received his Master of Health Administration in 2014 from Saint Joseph’s University. “During his time at Redmond, Joe has a proven record of commitment to excellence in healthcare,” said John Quinlivan, Redmond Chief Executive Officer.  “I’m confident that his new promotion will allow him to contribute even more to the legacy of quality and excellence that is synonymous with Redmond.”

Gleason is a 2010 graduate of Leadership Rome and is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives. In 2011, Gleason participated in the Rome Celebrity Dance Challenge, which benefitted the Sexual Assault Center of Northwest Georgia.  Gleason volunteers for the Rome Floyd Parks and Recreation Authority as a youth baseball and youth basketball coach.

 Gleason lives in Rome with his wife, Jennifer, and their two children.  “Redmond is a family and an important part of the Rome Community” said Gleason.  “Since 2000, I have enjoyed being a part of both and seeing my own family become intertwined in Redmond and Rome.  My new role gives me the chance to grow in service to both Redmond and Rome; working with great people who impact lives in a positive way every day.  It is an honor for me to be a part of this team.”