Sarnova Inc. Announces Two New Major Leadership Roles in Company's EMS Divisions

Sarnova Inc. Announces Two New Major Leadership Roles in Company's EMS Divisions

Press Release Oct 30, 2017

DUBLIN, Ohio—Sarnova Inc., parent company to four fast-growing business units: Bound Tree Medical, Cardio Partners, Emergency Medical Products and Tri-anim Health Services, announced today the creation of two major leadership roles at the company.

Tom Metcalf has been promoted to the new position of President, Acute, from his previous role as Senior Vice President of Acute & EMS Sales. Tom will be responsible for managing the leaders of Tri-anim Health Services’ sales, health systems, sales operations and product management teams and will assume full P&L responsibility for Sarnova’s Acute business. Throughout his six-year tenure at Sarnova, Tom has assumed larger responsibilities and transformed the company’s sales teams. Prior to joining Sarnova, Tom held sales leadership positions with GE Healthcare, Boston Scientific, Johnson & Johnson and other noted companies in the medical device space. 

Brian LaDuke joins Sarnova as President, Emergency Preparedness. In this newly created position, Brian will oversee the sales and product management teams and have full P&L responsibility for Bound Tree Medical, Cardio Partners and Emergency Medical Products. Prior to joining Sarnova, Brian served as a Vice President responsible for multiple divisions at Invacare Corporation with oversight of sales, marketing and operations. Through his leadership, he helped grow Invacare into a leading global provider of home and long-term care medical products.

“These organizational changes come as a direct result of the success we are experiencing as a company,” said Jeff Prestel, CEO. “The new organization structure is a natural next step in our journey to become the best company in specialty medical sales and distribution.”

For more information, visit www.sarnova.com.

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