Dr. Hal Scofield, Executive Committee
Dr. Scofield received a BA in Chemistry from Texas A&M University in 1980, and was the fourth generation of his family to attend Texas A&M. He attended the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, and was graduated with the MD degree in 1984. He was an internal medicine intern and resident at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center from 1984 through 1987, serving as Medicine Chief Resident 1987-1988. He was an endocrinology fellow at the same institution and a post-doctoral fellow in immunology and genetics at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation from 1988 to 1991, joining the faculty at OUHSC in the Department of Medicine and the Arthritis & Immunology Program at OMRF in 1991. He has been attending diabetes camp since 1990. For him, the second-best day of the year is the day camp starts. In addition to diabetes camp, he has served as camp doctor many times for the Native Youth Preventing Diabetes camp as well stints as a regular camp doctor at the YMCA’s Camp Classen in the Arbuckle Mountains. In his free time, he plays tuba in a concert band, attends the symphony, referee’s soccer, plays golf, reads history, and is working on a Masters in medical history at Johns Hopkins.