FITCHBURG, Wis. – Rowheels, the makers of pull-based geared wheels for manual wheelchairs, has named a new CEO: Fred Mindermann. Previously, Mindermann has held executive positions at Siemens Medical and AGA Linde HealthCare, according to the Wisconsin State Journal.
SPARTANBURG, S.C. – A. Alan Turfe has been named the new CEO and chairman of the board for J M Smith, which owns QS/1 and other healthcare technology companies. Turfe succeeds William Cobb, long-time CEO and chairman.
GOLETA, Calif. – Inogen will have a new CEO on March 1. The company announced Dec. 6 that Scott Wilkinson, currently president and COO, will succeed Ray Huggenberger, who is retiring. Wilkinson will also join Inogen’s board of directors effective Jan. 1, 2017.
ROCKY HILL, Conn. – Numotion’s board of directors announced this week that Mike Swinford has taken over as CEO. Paul Bergantino, the company’s former CEO, will remain onboard as a consultant during the transition process, according to a press release.
EAST ELMHURST, N.Y. – The United Spinal Association has named Joseph Gaskins its permanent president and CEO. Gaskins is an experienced Washington, D.C., lobbyist, accomplished executive in the wireless industry and wheelchair user from Seattle.