Scott Walker joined Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) in 2005. Before his appointment of Vice President of Finance at CTCA at Southeastern Regional Medical Center (Southeastern), Mr. Walker gained robust experience in assisting in the opening of Eastern Regional Medical Center in Philadelphia (Eastern).
In his current role, Mr. Walker brings over 10 years of financial management experience and expertise to Southeastern, with over six of those years in a hospital environment. Mr. Walker directs all financial aspects of the business including revenue cycle, financial patient advocacy, financial reporting, budgeting, health information management and materials management.
Mr. Walker earned his bachelor's degree from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. As Controller at Eastern, Mr. Walker successfully grew the finance function, including six years of accounting audits without a single adjustment and the adoption of the Patient Financial Advocate program to eliminate financial barriers and concerns patients have during treatment. He also made various improvements in the hospital’s revenue cycle and increased patient access to the facility via efforts with patients and payors.
Mr. Walker and his team members prided themselves on financial service internally and externally and they view themselves as a full-service department, serving first and foremost the patients and also those who serve the patients.
Mr. Walker is an avid cyclist. He completed a three-day, 400-mile bike race in Puerto Rico in 2011 and ran in the Chicago marathon in October 2012 for charity. Mr. walker enjoys traveling, hiking and spending time with his family.