Promotion of Daniel Chevrette highlights equipment & logistics company’s focus on rapidly expanding need within the healthcare industry
WARWICK, R.I. – In a move that will strengthen its biomedical services, CME Corp is excited to announce the promotion of Daniel Chevrette to Director of National Services.
Biomedical services have quickly become some of the most vital to healthcare systems. When installed, calibrated and maintained correctly, appropriate equipment can save hospitals time and money and enable clinicians in their efforts to facilitate better patient outcomes. Daniel has been with the company 14 years holding roles across the organization, most recently in both inside and outside sales.
“A misdiagnosis can be extremely costly and dangerous for a healthcare facility, and too often these mistakes could have been avoided through better biomedical services,” said Chevrette, who will be based out of CME’s Philadelphia office. “I am looking forward to this exciting new opportunity to bring these important medical solutions to our existing and new customers.”
The nationwide shortage of qualified biomedical technicians has created a growing demand for CME’s complete suite of biomedical services, and Chevrette is well-positioned to lead this effort with his unique experience and long history in the company.
“We are thrilled to have Dan as our Director of National Services as we continue to increase CME’s footprint and offer supply-chain solutions across the United States,” said K.C. Meleski, CME’s vice president of sales. “His leadership and familiarity with our manufacturers will enhance CME’s ability to bring our service expertise and product solutions to every type of healthcare delivery system in the country.”
CME’s nationwide biomed team offers full-service preventive maintenance contracts to the non-acute and post-acute markets and can augment a hospital system’s in-house bio-med team when needed. They currently have national contracts with several non-acute systems to administer their preventative maintenance programs. Having a national bio-med corps fits in with CME’s cradle-to-grave approach with equipment.
With two corporate offices and 35+ service centers, our mission is is to help healthcare facilities nationwide reduce the cost of the equipment they purchase, make their equipment specification, delivery, installation, and maintenance processes more efficient, and help them seamlessly launch, renovate and expand on schedule.