Scott Campbell, MHA
Market Chief Executive Officer, Providence Health
Scott Campbell is a healthcare veteran who has held hospital executive leadership positions for more than 30 years. Before joining LifePoint Health in the summer 2015, Mr. Campbell was Market Chief Executive Officer for Physicians Regional Healthcare System. He has held various leadership positions at Health Management Associates, a publicly-traded Fortune 500 operator of general acute care hospitals, including terms as CEO for several affiliated hospitals and roles at both the regional and corporate levels of the organization. His experience includes leading the transition of a large Catholic hospital to an investor-owned system, where he successfully preserved and built upon the faith-based culture that the hospital had fostered for 100 years. Mr. Campbell received his Master of Health Administration from Medical College of VA/Virginia Commonwealth University and is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives. He has been recognized multiple times as both CEO of the Year and winner of the Chairman’s Challenge Award for top hospital financial performance at HMA.
As the Market Chief Executive Officer of Providence Health, Mr. Campbell is responsible for communicating and maintaining a system-wide vision that increases the health of the community and carries forth the Catholic legacy across all of the Providence locations. He is active in Columbia area civic leadership includes serving as a member of the Midlands Business Leadership Group, the Columbia Rotary and the MHA Advisory Board of the University of South Carolina.
Joseph Bernard, MHA
Market Chief Operating Officer, Providence Health
Following retirement from the United States Marine Corps at the rank of lieutenant colonel, Mr. Bernard served in senior leadership roles for several South Florida hospitals, including Chief Executive Officer for Highlands Regional Medical Center and Chief Operating Officer for Physicians Regional Healthcare System. In 22-plus years of active military service, he served as Presidential Aircraft Commander at Marine Helicopter Squadron One, Executive Assistant to the Director for Operations at US Pacific Command, and Counterterrorism Liaison Officer at the CIA. Mr. Bernard has master's degrees in health administration from the University of Cincinnati and in management from Webster University. He is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and the Military Officers Association of America.
As Market Chief Operating Officer, Mr. Bernard ensures Providence Health's strategic initiatives are executed through its daily activities and he oversees the development of quality, cost-effective and integrated clinical programs.
Market Chief Financial Officer, Providence Health
John Doyle is an accomplished healthcare executive with over twenty years of progressive financial leadership experience. Most recently, he was the Market CFO for the 7 hospital east division of Tennova Healthcare in Knoxville Tennessee. His experience also includes thirteen years with Mountain States Health Alliance in Johnston City, TN at the hospital, region and corporate levels. Earlier in his career he served as CFO at Logan Memorial Hospital in Russellville, Kentucky. John Doyle completed his BBA in Accounting at East Tennessee University and is a Certified Public Accountant.
As Market Chief Finance Officer of Providence Health, Mr. Doyle is responsible for overseeing all of the financial operations of the organization, ensuring also that our practices effectively steward our resources and align with the mission and values of the over-arching organization.
Judy Paull, DNP
Interim Market Chief Nursing Officer, Providence Health
Dr. Judy Paull is seasoned healthcare executive and educator with over 40 years of nursing clinical and leadership experience throughout the United States ranging from very large academic settings to smaller community based systems in both not-for-profit and investor owned environments, where she has served as Chief Nursing Officer. Dr. Paull received her Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree from Madonna University, a Master of Science in Nursing from University of Michigan, and a BSN from the University of Detroit- Mercy. Dr. Paull completed a Nursing Fellowship at The Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania and is a Fellow in the Watson Caring Science Institute at the University of Colorado. She is a licensed and Board Certified Advanced Practice Provider, and Nurse Executive. Dr. Paull is an experienced consultant in the healthcare marketplace.
As Market Chief Nursing Officer of Providence Health, Dr. Paull is responsible for overseeing the clinical operations of patient care and ensuring that quality care needs are met while fulfilling the the mission and values of the LifePoint organization.
Joan Bumpus, BCC, MS
Vice President of Mission and Ministry, Providence Health
Joan Bumpus has been serving as Vice President of Mission and Ministry with Providence Health since 2011. Prior to joining Providence, she served as Director of Pastoral Care at a prominent hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana, and has served in a pastoral capacity at hospitals for over 35 years. In addition to her Masters of Divinity equivalent from the American Association of Pastoral Counselors and Masters of Science in Pastoral Counseling from Loyola, Ms. Bumpus is both Board Certified Chaplain as a Generalist and Board Certified Chaplain Advanced in Mental Health by the National Association of Catholic Chaplains. She also served on the Board of the National Association of Catholic Chaplains for twelve years, including service as President and Chair of the Board.
As Vice President of Mission and Ministry, Ms. Bumpus’ role is to help our staff understand that the mission of Catholic healthcare is to extend the healing ministry of Jesus Christ to all God’s people. In addition, she works closely with the executive team, providing guidance on how to lead a Catholic health care ministry and how to integrate its many multi-faceted elements into the daily clinical and business operations of a hospital.