About Scott L. Scarborough
Scott L. Scarborough is an Executive Director and Senior Vice President at The University of Toledo Medical Center. In this role, Scott L. Scarborough manages the only academic medical center in Northwestern Ohio. Besides being responsible for overseeing the daily operations at the Medical Center’s affiliated hospitals, outpatient clinics, and Level One trauma center, Mr. Scarborough works to ensure that The University of Toledo Medical Center continually offers the highest quality specialty care available. His team of medical experts provides advanced healthcare services in fields including cardiology, oncology, neurology, orthopedics, and surgeries such as kidney transplantation.
Scott L. Scarborough earned his Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from The University of Texas at Austin. He then went on to earn his Master of Business Administration from The University of Texas at Tyler, and his Doctor of Philosophy in Strategic Management from the University’s Arlington campus. Furthermore, Mr. Scarborough is a Certified Public Accountant, a Certified Internal Auditor, a Certified Information Systems Auditor, and a Certified Healthcare Financial Professional.
Throughout his professional career, Scott L. Scarborough has joined several organizations, associations, boards, and advisory committees. Currently, he acts as the Audit Committee Chair to the Toledo Public Schools and a Financial Consultant for the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Additionally, he is a member of the Academy of Management, the American Institute of CPAs, the Financial Executives International, the Healthcare Financial Management Association, the Inter-University Council of Ohio-Business and Finance Officers, and the National Association of College and University Business Officers. In the past, Scott L. Scarborough has served as the Chairman of the Investment Committee for Science and Technology Innovation, Inc. and the Board Chair of Barat College. He has participated as a board member of the American College of Education and the Educational Advancement Fund (EAF).