Travis Scott, MD




Dr. Travis Scott is a dedicated radiologist with nearly two decades of experience in the field. Graduating with his Doctorate in Medicine from the University of Kansas and earning his Bachelor’s degree in Biology from Pittsburg State University, Dr. Scott brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to Hutchinson Regional Medical Center.

Since 2010, Dr. Scott has been an integral part of the Hutchinson Regional Medical Center team, where he has served as an independent group contractor for the past 14 years. His decision to join HRMC was driven by his deep satisfaction with the hospital’s commitment to excellence in patient care and its positive impact on the community. Dr. Scott is excited to continue contributing to its mission of providing exceptional healthcare services to Hutchinson and the surrounding communities.

Dr. Scott finds fulfillment in the diverse nature of his profession, which allows him to be involved in various aspects of healthcare, including pediatrics, OB/GYN, oncology, surgery, emergency medicine, and general medicine. Collaborating with fellow physicians to plan and deliver the best possible care for patients is a source of inspiration for him.

Beyond his professional endeavors, Dr. Scott treasures spending time with his family. As a father of three boys, aged 10, 12, and 14, he enjoys attending their school and sporting events, including football, baseball, soccer, and wrestling. In his free time, Dr. Scott indulges in outdoor activities such as hunting and fishing, as well as traveling to new destinations. A lifelong fan of the Dallas Cowboys, he also has a soft spot for the Kansas City Chiefs and KU basketball.

With his dedication to patient care, commitment to community, and passion for life outside of medicine, Dr. Travis Scott embodies the values of excellence, compassion, and integrity in both his professional and personal pursuits.

  • Doctorate of Medicine: University of Kansas School of Medicine
  • Bachelor of Science: Biology, Pittsburg State University
  • Diagnostic Radiology – American Board of Radiology – 2005
  • Radiological Society of North America
  • American Roentgen Ray Society
  • American College of Radiology
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