Matt Gorman, administrator of Floyd Polk Medical Center in Cedartown, was elected to the Georgia Hospital Association’s (GHA) Center for Rural Health Board of Trustees. Gorman will serve as an at-large trustee.
Gorman joined the staff of Floyd Medical Center in 2006 and served in a number of roles before being named administrator of Floyd Polk Medical Center in 2014. Prior to serving in this role, he was the interim chief information officer, electronic medical records transformation coordinator and director of planning and decision support. In his current administrative role, he oversees the daily operations of the hospital. In addition, he manages the planning and decision support functions for both Floyd Medical Center and Floyd Polk Medical Center.
Gorman is an active member of his community, serving as a board member of the Polk County Chamber of Commerce and as a member of the Cedartown Kiwanis Club. He also serves on the advisory panel for the One Door Polk Network, an initiative established by the city of Cedartown in collaboration with Floyd Medical Center and other health care stakeholders. The One Door Polk Network will offer a full spectrum of social services to the community from one location.
“Matt Gorman is deeply involved in the rural health care community and is dedicated to helping provide high quality health care,” said GHA Executive Vice President Chuck Adams. “We are pleased at the opportunity to have him on our Board and look forward to his service.”
Gorman earned a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration from Berry College in Rome and a Master of Business Administration degree from Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw.