Dr. James Trumble named new Vice President of Clinical Integration at PRMC

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SALISBURY, Md. – Peninsula Regional Medical Center has announced that Dr. James Trumble has been named the Vice President of Clinical Integration for the Salisbury-based health system.

Steve Leonard, MBA, FACHE, President/CEO of the Peninsula Regional Health System (PRHS) and Peninsula Regional Medical Center (PRMC) made the announcement on Friday.

Dr. Trumble, who is a Salisbury native, comes to PRHS and PRMC after serving as the Medical Director of Physician Utilization at Frederick Memorial Hospital in Frederick, Maryland, for five years. In this position, he was responsible for administrative and clinical oversight of the medical staff in the Care Management Department, conformity of all Joint Commission, federal, state and local standards, Chairman of the Utilization Review Committee, and other leadership responsibilities.

Dr. Trumble has also held clinical leadership and practicing physician roles at Frederick Memorial and Riverside Regional Trauma Center in Newport News, VA. He is a Major, retired, from the United States Air Force. He also practiced emergency medicine with the 1st Fighter Wing Hospital at Langley Air Force Base in Hampton, VA.

We’re told that in his role at PRMC and PRHS, he will support clinical integration by assisting the medical community in their transition to value based care. He will work with Dr. Kathryn Fiddler, Vice President of Population Health for PRMC, to ensure that patients are on the best path to care.

In addition to his MBA from the University of Maryland University Center, Dr. Trumble earned a second Master’s Degree in Management from the same school. His MD is from the University of Maryland Medical School. He holds two Bachelor’s Degrees in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from the University of Maryland Baltimore County.

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