People on the Move – May 21, 2018


By Matt Skoufalos

Bernhardt G. Zeiher

of Northbrook, Illinois has named Bernhardt G. Zeiher its chief medical officer (CMO); Zeiher will continue serving as president of development. Zeiher earned his M.D. from Case Western Reserve, and is a Fellow in the American College of Physicians and the American College of Chest Physicians.


Dune Medical Devices of Alpharetta, Georgia has appointed Alan Bond as CFO. Bond has made a career in finance in the medical device industry, having previously worked with McKesson and Given Imaging.

Wui-Jin Koh


The National Comprehensive Cancer Network of Fort Washington, Pennsylvania has named Wui-Jin Koh its senior vice president and chief medical officer. Koh is a board-certified radiation oncologist, professor and medical director for radiation oncology at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center/Seattle Cancer Care.


ESO of Austin, Texas named Christopher Raps vice president of sales. Most recently, Raps was vice president of sales for Nasdaq Inc.; he has held global sales leadership positions at Safeguard World International, Harland Clarke, IBM and Digi International. He holds a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from Southern Methodist University.


Telligen of West Des Moines, Iowa has added Bill Phipps as vice president of health management. Phipps has a bachelor’s degree in social work and psychology from the University of Maryland.

Helen I. Torley


Quest Diagnostics of Secaucus, New Jersey added Helen I. Torley as the tenth member of its board of directors. Since 2014, Torley has been president, CEO, and a director of Halozyme Therapeutics.


The Orthopaedic Institute of Gainesville, Florida has added Richard Gilbert as CEO, Alan Campbell as CFO, William Hubbard as COO, Michael Anderson as vice president of corporate development, and Andrew Rocca as chief medical officer (CMO).

Angela Davis


Nova Medical Centers of Houston, Texas has named Angela Davis its controller. Davis worked in occupational health care as a director of financial planning and analysis for more than 21 years.


OMNIlife science Inc. of Raynham, Massachusetts has added CEO Rick Epstein. Most recently, Epstein was president and CEO of Sonoma Orthopedic Products, and has held executive leadership positions in organizations including Baxter International and Cardinal Health.

Thomas Ferrando


Salient CRGT Inc. of Fairfax, Virginia promoted Thomas Ferrando to president and CEO, replacing Brad Antle, and named Phil Nolan chairman of its board of directors.


The Kennedy Krieger Institute Board of Baltimore, Maryland named Bradley L. Schlaggar president and CEO. Schlaggar spent 19 years on the faculty of Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine, where he was most recently division head of pediatric and developmental neurology, co-director of the Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Center and neurologist-in-chief at St. Louis Children’s Hospital. He previously directed its pediatric neurology residency program for eight years. Schlaggar holds doctor of medicine and doctor of philosophy degrees from Washington University in St. Louis School, and serves as the chair-elect of the St. Louis Children’s Hospital medical executive committee.



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