TriMedx, Indianapolis, recently announced that Henry Hummel has joined the company as its new CEO. Hummel will provide strategic leadership to TriMedx as it continues to enhance its technology and service capabilities and expand its offerings to further position the company to meet the evolving needs of the healthcare industry.

Hummel is a seasoned leader within the global healthcare industry and brings to TriMedx a proven track record of growing businesses in both mature and expanding markets through product introductions, technology and service enhancements, and operational improvements. He has held a variety of executive roles for several leading global organizations, including multiple leadership roles over the course of 25 years with GE Healthcare as well as other senior positions with Covance, Johnson Controls and, most recently, Tenneco.

With more than 1,500 associates, TriMedx helps hospitals reduce expenses, optimize service, and enhance revenue through innovative equipment management programs. TriMedx currently serves more than 1,800 healthcare facilities in 28 states and internationally, has serviced and maintains data on more than a million medical devices, and has saved more than $450 million in capital expenditures and operating costs for its clients.

“Since the company was founded almost 20 years ago, the TriMedx team has become a recognized leader in medical equipment management services,” says Hummel. “I am excited to lead TriMedx in the next phase of its growth as the company continues to expand its product and service offerings and invest in value-added technology and informatics capabilities to better serve its current and future healthcare partners. This growth will not only positively impact the TriMedx organization, but will help us achieve our ultimate goal of improving healthcare delivery.”

“TriMedx is well-positioned for tremendous growth in the healthcare market,” says Greg Ranger, TriMedx’ founder, former chief executive officer and current board member. “Henry was selected following an extensive national search by TriMedx’ board of directors. He is a proven leader who shares our deep commitment to the company’s values and culture, and I am confident that Henry’s accomplishments and experience will help drive TriMedx forward as a leading and innovative partner to both healthcare providers and medical equipment and device manufacturers.”

For more information, visit TriMedx.