DBe, Bioethics & Health Policy, Neiswanger Institute for Bioethics Loyola University
MA, Bioethics & Health Policy, Neiswanger Institute for Bioethics Loyola University
MBA, Benedictine University
MPH, Benedictine University
BSc, Experimental Psychology, University of South Carolina
BSc, Biology, University of South Carolina
Honorable Discharge: United States Marine Corps
Dr. Campbell is an American veteran who served in the United States Marine Corps for six years, defending the U.S. during both Desert Storm and Desert Shield. For his service and dedication, he earned the Good Conduct Medal, Letter of Appreciation, Meritorious Mast and the National Defense Service Medal. From serving in the U.S. military, he learned the values and ethics of leadership, lead-by example, and teamwork.
Dr. Campbell is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives, American Public Health Association, American Society for Bioethics and Humanities, and the National Association of Health Services Executives. He was employed by the third largest public health system in the nation serving a major safety net system for many diverse populations as the health system operations analyst in Chicago, Illinois. He has a combined service of almost 20 years in health care, clinical research, and public health. Serving the executive C-suite for many years, he has led several interdisciplinary groups of healthcare professionals to resolve internal and external operational processes that have led to financial stability and process improvements throughout the system.
His involvement in organization strategic management has led to major improvement in patient care and data analysis has resulted in high performance related to the multiple departments throughout the health system. A visionary leader, Dr. Campbell focuses on the current and future state of the organization to better align providers and employees to be more efficient in improving quality, safety, and health outcomes for all patients.
- “A New Age of Patient Transparency: An Organizational Framework for Informed Consent,” Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics (Spring Issue, 2017).
- National Webinar Presentation: Healthcare Management Ethics “A New Age of Patient Transparency: An Organizational Framework for Informed Consent,” Distant Learning Programs, American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) for Leaders who Care.
Reviewer - College Textbook
- Sanfield’s Introduction to Health Professions (7th), by Cross, N & McWay.
- Fremgen Medical Law and Ethics 5th edition, by Bonnie F. Fremgen, Pearson Publication. 2018-present.