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This profile was last updated on 2/23/12  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Senior Liaison
    Marine Corps Reserves
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Scott Hartsell - Brooksville Regional Hospital, 6 Mar 2012 [cached]
Scott Hartsell
Scott Hartsell
Scott Hartsell
Chief Operating Officer
Scott Hartsell is the Chief Operating Officer at Brooksville Regional Hospital. With over 16 years experience in healthcare, Scott has served in various capacities to include product management, business development, physician relations, and Hospital Administration.
Scott has served in the United States Marine Corps for 30 Years, encompassing 15 cumulative years on Active Duty and 15 years in the Reserves. He served in Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2004 and in 2009 was recalled on Active Duty in support of Operation Enduring Freedom serving in Afghanistan as the Marines' senior liaison to the NATO command. He was appointed the rank of Brigadier General in 2010 and his current Reserve assignment is Deputy Commanding General (Mobilization), 1st Marine Expeditionary Force.
Leadership - Brooksville Regional Hospital, 6 Mar 2012 [cached]
Scott Hartsell
Scott Hartsell Chief Operating Officer
Leadership - Brooksville Regional Hospital, 5 June 2010 [cached]
Scott Hartsell
Scott Hartsell Associate Administrator
After his yearlong tour in ..., 8 June 2010 [cached]
After his yearlong tour in Afghanistan, Scott Hartsell, associate administrator at Brooksville Regional Hospital, was greeted in the hospital's cafeteria with familiar faces and tasty treats Tuesday morning during his second day back at work.
Colonel Hartsell was recalled and deployed to Afghanistan in April 2009 as part of Operation Enduring Freedom. He previously served in Iraq in 2004.
Since Hartsell joined the Marine Corps Reserves in 1994, he said the adjustment to leaving and returning home has become easier and easier.
"There's hasn't been too much adjustment because, being in the service for so long, it's always coming and going," Hartsell said. "It's one life."
For the past year, Hartsell has been acting as a liaison in Afghanistan, representing the Marine Corps. Hartsell said he has used the skills he has obtained from working with Hernando Health Care since 2007 to develop his skills as a colonel.
"I knew we needed help and I believe in helping to fight terrorism outside of the country," he said. As part of his duties in Afghanistan, Hartsell said he helped in efforts to stabilize the Afghan government, people and society, which included aiding in eradicating the production of poppy seeds to opium, used to help fund al-Qaida.
"We are engaged in stopping the processing of the poppy flower and keeping it from getting out of the country while also not alienating the local farmers," he said. "We have dramatically impacted the opium production and that makes me feel good."
Hartsell, whose oldest son is currently serving his first tour in Afghanistan, said it is still as dangerous as ever and is unsure of how much longer the United States will be in Afghanistan, but the time spent there is a necessary, long-term investment.
"I was helping protect our freedom for my family and the good people here," Hartsell said.
Hartsell said he will retire next year and has no plans of returning to duty. Serving has taught him to appreciate the small things usually taken for granted.
"Seeing the blessings I have here is the real adjustment," he said.
Scott Hartsell was greater than ..., 5 Sept 2009 [cached]
Scott Hartsell was greater than anticipated.
By the end of the day today, they needed more boxes.
Hartsell is the associate administrator at Brooksville Regional Hospital. In March, the Marine Corps Reserve officer was deployed to Afghanistan.
Several of his co-workers took part in a Heroes Drive, during which they were asked to donate supplies that could be sent in care packages to Hartsell's unit.
"A lot of people here know Scott personally, but I think the driving force behind all of this comes from his sense of duty to go to serve," said Shauna McKinnon, an administrator at Brooksville Regional who helped coordinate the Heroes Drive.
Hartsell, who had served in Iraq a few years earlier, had a choice.
Hartsell is unaware of the Heroes Drive, said hospital spokeswoman Robin Schneider.
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