Lil G. Delcampo

Lil G. Delcampo is a Partner at Carlson & Jayakumar LLP. She has more than two decades of experience representing clients in healthcare-related business transactions, litigation, arbitration and counseling and advising clients concerning their legal rights and obligations. Her areas of expertise include Physician Employment, Stark and Anti-Kickback, Medical Staff and Physician Due Process Rights, Corporate Practice of Medicine Doctrine, Hospital Regulatory Reporting, Hospital Risk Management, Employment Advice and Counsel, Labor and Union Contracting, and Managed Care, including Department of Managed Healthcare regulations for IPAs and Risk Bearing Organizations. Before joining Carlson and Jayakumar, Ms. Delcampo served as Associate General Counsel for USC Health Sciences where she supervised the health sciences attorneys, providing legal support to the university’s health system, which included three hospitals and a several hundred physician medical group. Ms. Delcampo and her team also supported the Keck School of Medicine, and the Schools of Pharmacy, Social Work, and Dentistry. Some of Ms. Delcampo's current and former clients include Large Hospital Systems, Academic Medical Centers, Ambulance Services Providers; Independent Physician Associations (IPA)s; Medical Groups; Physician Practice Groups; Community Hospitals; and Limited Knox-Keene Licensed Entities.

EDUCATION

University of Southern California (Master’s Degree in Health Administration, 2018)
University of California, Los Angeles (J.D., 1997)
Drake University, (B.A., Journalism and Mass Communications, cum laude, 1992)

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Associate General Counsel, USC Health Sciences (2013-2019)
Healthcare Attorney, USC Health Sciences (2009-2013)
General Counsel, Bowers and Pacific Ambulance (2007-2009)
Senior Counsel, Hooper Lundy & Bookman P.C. (2001-2007)

ADMITTED TO PRACTICE

California State Courts
Hawaii State Courts

PROFESSIONAL AND TRADE ORGANIZATIONS AND ACTIVITIES

California State Bar Association
Hawaii State Bar Association (inactive)