Smilow Cancer Hospital’s Greenwich Hospital Campus announces appointment of Bruce McGibbon, MD, to lead radiation oncology

Friday, March 29, 2019
Greenwich, CT (March 29, 2019) – Bruce McGibbon, MD, will join the Smilow Cancer Hospital’s Greenwich Hospital Campus as the new medical director of Radiation Oncology effective in July.

Board certified in radiation oncology, Dr. McGibbon is an assistant professor of Therapeutic Radiology at the Yale School of Medicine. He has served as director of Stereotactic Radiosurgery and as medical director at the Trumbull Radiation Oncology Center, part of the Smilow Cancer Hospital network. He completed his medical degree and residency in radiation oncology at UCLA and has been on the faculty of the Yale School of Medicine since 2009.

“When patients feel comfortable, listened to, and cared for, then I know that I'm really making a positive difference in their lives,” said Dr. McGibbon, who is known for caring deeply about cancer patients and their families. He provides care to patients with breast, prostate, lung, rectal, head and neck, and primary/metastatic cancers of the brain.

Dr. McGibbon will partner with Daniela Addeo, MD, who will continue her clinical practice in radiation oncology at Greenwich. Dr. Addeo, a board-certified radiation oncologist and a diplomate of the American Board of Quality Assurance and National Association for Healthcare Quality, will join the Yale faculty as an assistant professor. Her clinical focus includes stereotactic radiosurgery, total body irradiation, brachytherapy, and treatment of gynecological, breast and skin malignancies.

“We are delighted to be adding Dr. McGibbon to the Greenwich Hospital team,” said Norman G. Roth, president and CEO of Greenwich Hospital. “His experience and talent will be an invaluable addition to our oncology team.” Dr. McGibbon resides in Pelham, NY with his wife and four children.

Greenwich Hospital is a member of Yale New Haven Health. Greenwich is a 206-bed (includes 32 isolettes) community hospital serving lower Fairfield County, Connecticut and Westchester County, New York. It is a academic affiliate of Yale School of Medicine. Since opening in 1903, Greenwich Hospital has evolved into a progressive medical center and teaching institution representing all medical specialties and offering a wide range of medical, surgical, diagnostic and wellness programs. Greenwich Hospital is recognized throughout the healthcare industry as a leader in service and patient satisfaction excellence. Greenwich Hospital has the prestigious Magnet designation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center, the nation’s highest honor of nursing excellence.

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