Chief Executive Officer
Greg Ranger serves as president and CEO of Medxcel, a company he founded that is comprised of a growing family of health technology organizations geared toward positioning healthcare facilities for sustainable growth and superior patient care. Prior to this role, he founded TriMedx, a leading health technology management firm and currently Medxcel’s largest subsidiary. Greg continues to serve as president and CEO of TriMedx.
Greg also led the establishment of Medxcel’s other subsidiaries: TriMedx International, focused on optimizing healthcare technology and delivery around the world; Axess Ultrasound, providing ultrasound service, repair, training and parts to health care facilities worldwide; and eProtex, specializing in medical device security solutions. In addition, he created the TriMedx Foundation, a 501(c)(3) ministry that provides medical equipment technology support and biomedical repair to poverty-stricken nations around the globe.
Greg holds a bachelor’s degree in business from Indiana Wesleyan University and completed the University of Michigan Business School’s Executive Development Program. He is Board Chair Emeritus of the TriMedx Foundation, serves on the boards of the Ivy Tech Foundation and China Relief and Development and is a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives.
James E. Willett
James Willett oversees and guides the company’s vision, mission and overall strategic direction, with a focus on innovating new and improved service delivery strategies and operational plans for TriMedx’s core clinical engineering business.
Willett is a proven healthcare management executive with over 25 years of experience, and a distinctive track record in global market expansion, revenue growth, cost reduction, strategic development and operations. Before joining TriMedx, Willett served as Vice President and General Manager (and previously Vice President of Global Product Marketing) of Covidien’s Respiratory Solutions business unit, where he led the expansion of the $800 million Ventilation and Airway Management businesses. Jim also worked with Hayes Group Consulting, where he led efforts focused on the development and implementation of key marketing, public relations and management strategies for start-up and established medical device firms. Willett also served over 5 years with Medtronic’s Surgical Navigation Technologies business leading business development efforts and strategic marketing.
Willett earned his MBA from the University of Nebraska, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications also from the University of Nebraska.
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TriMedx is a subsidiary of the Medxcel family of health technology service organizations. Medxcel enables healthcare providers to deliver superior patient care while maximizing their health technology assets and minimizing expenses.