TriMedx, a leader in clinical engineering and medical equipment management, has named James E. Willett as president. As president, Willett will oversee and guide the company’s vision, mission and overall strategic direction, with a focus on innovating new and improved service delivery strategies and operational plans for TriMedx’s core clinical engineering business. TriMedx is a subsidiary of Medxcel, a $400 million organization with 1,500 employees worldwide.
Willett is a proven health care management executive with over 25 years of experience, and a distinctive track record in global market expansion, revenue growth, cost reduction, strategic development and operations. Before joining TriMedx, Willett served as vice president and general manager (and previously vice president of global product marketing) of Covidien’s Respiratory Solutions business unit, where he led the expansion of the $800 million ventilation and airway management businesses. Willett also worked with Hayes Group Consulting, where he led efforts focused on the development and implementation of key marketing, public relations and management strategies for start-up and established medical device firms. Willett also served over 5 years with Medtronic’s surgical navigation technologies business leading business development efforts and strategic marketing.
“Jim embodies the heart of TriMedx: a passion for clinical engineering excellence, a desire to go above and beyond for our customers, and doing it all with the utmost integrity,” said Greg Ranger, president and CEO of Medxcel. “With Jim at the helm for TriMedx, we’ll continue to lead the way in innovating customer solutions, client service and career opportunities.”
Willett earned his MBA from the University of Nebraska, and a bachelor’s of art in communications from the University of Nebraska.
For more information about TriMedx, visit www.trimedx.com.
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