Sheffield Precision Medical - Company Announcement

10th July 2014

Sheffield Precision Medical is pleased to announce the appointment of Neil Garner as Business Development Director.

Neil's appointment takes the SPM board of directors to five. With over thirty five years' experience in the global medical devices industry, Neil's experience has been gained through senior management roles within a number of differing businesses, from small privately owned start-ups to multi-national organisations. He started his medical device career as an orthopaedic product engineer at Downs Surgical (Sheffield) and his last full time role was as Senior Vice-President of Symmetry Medical Europe. He has headed a successful medical devices quality and regulatory consultancy company, and also chairs the Sheffield City Region LEP Health Technologies Sector Group.

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