In Brief: Pfizer
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Pfizer: Names P. Nigel Gray president of Pfizer's Hospital Products Group, effective July 1. Gray, who has been executive VP of the $1.15 bil. a year Hospital Products Group and president of its Medical Devices Division since 1993, takes over the Hospital Products president post from Henry McKinnell, who remains Pfizer executive VP and chief financial officer. Gray will continue to report to McKinnell. The management changes follow the decision of David Fitzgerald, another Hospital Products exec VP who also serves as president of its Howmedica division, to retire effective Dec. 31. The Hospital Products Group exec VP slots are not being filled, and a successor for Howmedica president has not yet been named. Valleylab President George Stewart succeeds Gray as president of the Medical Devices Division. Valleylab VP John Scibelli, PhD, becomes Valleylab president...
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