Reginald Baugh Toledo, OH
Dr. Reginald F. Baugh, M.D., is Professor and Chief in the Department of Surgery, Division of Otolaryngology, at the University of Toledo (UT) College of Medicine. He earned his medical degree and completed his otolaryngology residency at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. He is board certified in otolaryngology.
During his career, Dr. Baugh has held leadership roles in several respected, well known hospital systems, including the University of Kansas and the Kansas City Veteran’s Medical Center as the Chief of Otolaryngology; Kaiser Permanente of MidAmerica where he served as Chief of Otolaryngology and Assistant Medical Director for Resource Improvement; the Henry Ford Health System, where he served as Medical Director of Clinical Services; CIGNA, where he was one of six national Vice Presidents and Senior Medical Directors; Texas A&M University of Health Sciences Center, College of Medicine as Professor and Chief of Otolaryngology, and Vice Chairman of the Department of Surgery.
Dr. Baugh’s clinical interests include pediatric Otolaryngology, sleep medicine and sinus disease. His research interests are in respiratory drive, oropharyngeal physiology, and mucosal immunology.
Dr. Baugh has lectured on a variety of topics in Otolaryngology nationally and internationally. He has over 70 publications, presentations, and book chapters. He was awarded a Certificate of Honor by the American Academy of Otolaryngology and has served as an American Board of Otolaryngology examiner.
Dr. Baugh and his wife, Bobbie, have two adult sons.