With headquarters moving, Dayton employer announces leadership changes

  • Kara Driscoll
  • Staff Writer
Jan 02, 2018
FILE

Dayton-based Midmark Corp. today announced the promotion of three executive team members.

Effective Jan. 1, Eric Shirley has been promoted to chief commercial officer. Mike Walker has been promoted to chief operations officer, and Jon Wells has been promoted to vice president of marketing. The changes support the company’s continued focus on customers and its strategy of bringing clinical space expertise, technology and workflow solutions together to enrich the point of care experience for patients and caregivers, the company said in a statement.

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Starting his career with Midmark in 2004, Shirley most recently held the title of vice president and general manager of the dental and animal health divisions. Walker has been with Midmark since 1986, and he has held a variety of positions at Midmark and most recently served as our vice president and general manager of the medical division. Wells joined Midmark in 1990. His most recent position was vice president, medical marketing.

“These three teammates have been instrumental in doing that. I am eager to see the impact they will make in their new roles at Midmark—not just for our business but for the industry at large,” said John Baumann, president and CEO.

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Midmark Corp. announced in November it is moving its headquarters to Austin Landing from Dayton. The provider of medical, dental and veterinary healthcare equipment solutions announced it has finalized lease negotiations and will move its headquarters to Austin Landing by Oct. 1, 2018. Midmark will move approximately 20 to 25 positions from the current Dayton location.

The move will include members of its C-suite, finance, clinical affairs and other select positions and will consolidate its West Chester office to the Austin Landing location.

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