Health System Welcomes New Directors

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Southeast Georgia Health System is pleased to welcome Paul Trumbull, P.T., director of Rehabilitation Services, Brunswick Campus and Enzo Centofanti, director, Cancer Care Centers, Brunswick and Camden campuses. Trumbull brings with him more than 15 years of leadership experience in the field of rehabilitation services. As director, he is responsible for rehabilitation services on the Brunswick Campus including the Outpatient Rehabilitation Care Center, Senior Care Center-Brunswick, and Outpatient Rehabilitation Care Centers located at the Summit Professional Plaza and Wellness Way on St. Simons Island. Before joining the Health System, Trumbull served as the director of Rehabilitation and Adult Day Services at Advocate BroMenn Medical Center in Normal, Ill. Prior to his tenure at BroMenn, he served as the rehabilitation services director at Doctors Hospital and rehabilitation manager at Memorial Health System, both in Springfield, Ill. Trumbull has held leadership and advisory positions with the Illinois Physical Therapy Association and other not-for-profit boards and was active with the Knights of Columbus in Normal, Ill. Trumbull earned his physical therapy degree from the University of Illinois at Chicago and his MBA from Illinois State University. As a former college tennis player, he is excited to be in a warmer climate and looks forward to running and playing tennis in Southeast Georgia. He and his wife, Kathleen, have three daughters. As director of the Cancer Care Centers, Centofanti is responsible for the Health System’s cancer services, including medical oncology, radiation oncology, the Non-oncology Infusion Center and the CyberKnife program. Centofanti joins the Health System from Vanguard Health Systems’ Saint Vincent Hospital in Worcester, Mass., where he served as Executive Director of Oncology Services. Centofanti has 14 years of leadership experience in cancer care which included Columbia University as well as Weill Cornell Medical College in New York City. He began his career in health care as a respiratory therapist and served clinical and leadership roles in cardiopulmonary, sleep medicine and neurologic services in Greenwich, Conn., and Brooklyn, N.Y., before transitioning to cancer care. He has had many advisory roles in cancer care and recently served on the task force to create the 2012-2016 Comprehensive Cancer Prevention and Control Plan for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Centofanti earned his Bachelor’s degree from Pace University in N.Y. and his Master’s in Health Administration from the University of Colorado in Denver. A musician, fisherman and a former recreational cyclist and golfer, he looks forward to pursuing these and other interests in the Golden Isles. He and his wife Patricia have a son and granddaughter living in suburban Pittsburgh, Pa., and a son in Cambridge, Mass.