Scott Campbell has more than 35 years of experience in senior administrative positions in all variety of healthcare organizations, including community hospitals, physician groups and multi-hospital systems. Through extensive work with health care boards of directors and leadership teams, Scott has a passion for teaching adults. Past professional experience includes 13 years as vice president for planning and development for Samaritan Healthcare in Washington and 16 years working with a national hospital management company working with more than 100 hospitals to develop strategic and market development plans, conducting board and leadership retreats, and many special projects including hospital mergers, integrated network development and manager care contracting.
Scott has served on the board of directors of a Federally Qualified Community Health Center. He loves being part of a mission-driven organization. Scott has been teaching with Saint Joseph’s College since 2009, working with students in the health administration program.
He is a third generation native of Oregon’s Willamette Valley, and has traveled extensively throughout the county working with a variety of healthcare organizations. He’s been married for 45 years to his wife Shelley, and they have two grown daughters. He enjoys hiking, reading, and lawn maintenance.
Board of Directors, MLCHC, Chair
Sunrise Rotary, President
Employee of the Year, Brim Healthcare
Healthcare Administration Faculty Member of the Year, Saint Joseph’s College
Developing methods to increase student interaction and engagement in the online classroom.