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Ron Lloyd appointed Spinal Elements President and CEO



California-based spine technology company Spinal Elements has announced the appointment of Ronald (Ron) Lloyd as new President and CEO.

Lloyd succeeds Co-Founder and former President and CEO Jason Blain, who has served as a leader of the organisation since Spinal Elements’ inception as Quantum Orthopedics in 2003.

Before joining Spinal Elements, Mr. Lloyd served as President and CEO of Aziyo Biologics, an integrated regenerative medicine company and took the company public in 2020.

Prior to that, he served as President of Hospital Therapies at Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals and has held senior leadership roles at Baxter International and at Abbott Laboratories.

Jason Blain said:

“Leading Spinal Elements has been the most rewarding and humbling experience of my professional career. I am thankful for all of the colleagues and friends with whom I had the pleasure to serve during those more than 19 years.

“I look forward to watching the Spinal Elements team flourish under Ron’s guidance in the coming months and years.”

Spinal Elements designs, develops, manufactures and marketer of innovative medical devices used in spinal surgical procedures.

The company combines medical device technologies, biologics and instrumentation with the aim of create positive surgical outcomes that exceed surgeon and patient expectations.

Ron Lloyd said:

“I have been very impressed with the rich history of innovation here at Spinal Elements.

“We look forward to recognising and celebrating that history in 2023, our 20th year of operation.

“ I look forward to applying my experience in commercial strategy to extending the reach of Spinal Elements’ portfolio of innovative solutions.”

Matt Jennings, Operating Partner of Kohlberg and Chairman of the Board, added:

“We are thrilled to add Ron to the Spinal Elements leadership team.

“Ron’s unique combination of commercial expertise and operational depth will help accelerate the next phase of growth at Spinal Elements.”

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