Southfield’s Beaumont Health has appointed Hans Keil as senior vice president and chief information officer and Tammy Scarborough as president of the Beaumont hospitals in Taylor, Trenton, and Wayne.
Keil and Scarborough begin their positions in January and February, respectively. Keil will also report to John Fox, who is president and CEO of Beaumont Health. Scarborough will report to Carolyn Wilson, who is executive vice president and COO.
Keil’s responsibility pertains to vision, leadership, development, and implementation of Beaumont’s systemwide information technology program. He had numerous roles at PerkinElmer Inc. before he was assigned chief information officer of the company.
“Hans has two decades of information technology and cybersecurity experience,” Fox says. “He helped transform and improve information technology at PerkinElmer, and I am confident he will help our team harness the latest technology to help us serve our patients and families better.”
Keil graduated from the University of Western Ontario with a bachelor’s degree in history and a master’s degree from American University. He received his Master of Business Administration from Babson College. He is also a veteran who served in the United States Coast Guard Reserve.
He replaced Subra Sripada, who left Beaumont last summer.
Scarborough’s tasks will revolve around strategy development, daily operations, and the financial performance at her assigned Beaumont locations.
Before obtaining her position at Beaumont, Scarborough served as president of ambulatory care and clinical services for Summa Health. Summa is in the works of becoming a subsidiary of Beaumont. Scarborough was the first leader to move to Michigan and make the transition.
“Tammy has a proven track record of collaborating with physicians, and it’s one of the key reasons we selected her for this role,” Wilson says. “She also has extensive experience with ambulatory centers. We have been working to grow outpatient services on our campuses, and Tammy’s expertise in this area will be beneficial to our patients and families.”
Scarborough graduated from Northern Kentucky University and received a Master of Business Administration from DePaul University.
She replaced Christine Stasney-Ridenour, who left the organization last year.