Tenacore, an ISO-certified healthcare technology management company, announced the promotion of two senior leaders, James Willett and Riley Van Hofwegen.

Willett, Tenacore’s CEO for the past three years, will become executive chairman of the board. Van Hofwegen will become president and will execute the company’s strategic growth plan, the company says.

“Riley’s 10 years of experience, valuable mix of skills, longstanding relationships across the industry and core expertise in clinical asset management will be instrumental in continuing to position Tenacore LLC as the undisputed industry leader,” Willett says.

Van Hofwegen most recently served as Tenacore’s chief commercial officer.

As executive chairman of the board, Willett will actively engage with Van Hofwegen and the leadership team to ensure continuity and continued focus on the strategic growth plan.

“It has been a tremendous honor to lead Tenacore since the acquisition of the business by The Courtney Group and Centerfield Capital Partners,” Willett says.

Under Willett’s leadership, Tenacore has redesigned its quality management system, expanded technician training, and moved into a new facility incorporating a newly designed repair lab.

“The Tenacore Board of Directors are very appreciative of Jim’s leadership in the chief executive officer’s role. He has guided the company through a period of tremendous growth and positioned Tenacore LLC as a leader in the medical device repair industry,” says Tom Courtney, Chairman and founder of The Courtney Group. “Tenacore LLC is positioned to build upon a solid foundation, and combining the strengths of both Riley and Jim to lead the company to a new level of success.”

Featured image: Riley Van Hofwegen, new President of Tenacore, LLC. Photo: Tenacore