Former Cardinal exec joins hyperbaric chamber firm
This article was originally published in Clinica
Edward Pulwar, the former senior operating executive of Cardinal Health's respiratory care business, has joined Sechrist Industries, the leading manufacturer of hyperbaric chambers, as president and CEO. Mr Pulwar replaces Jack Rollins, who has resigned to "pursue other interests", said Anaheim, California-based Sechrist. The new president and CEO has over 25 years' experience in the medtech industry – his background includes sales and marketing, hospital administration and clinical research. Sechrist has been in the hyperbarics business for over 30 years and has the largest installed base of single-place hyperbaric chambers worldwide.
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