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J&J's Chair of Medical Devices to Retire in June


February 03, 2017

Johnson & Johnson reports that Sandra Peterson will take over the leadership of J&J's Hospital Medical Device business when Gary Pruden, Worldwide Chair, Medical Devices, retires in June.    In addition to leading J&J's Hospital Medical Device business, Ms. Peterson will continue to oversee a broad portfolio of businesses, functions and capabilities, the company reports, including the Consumer and Consumer Medical Device businesses, Supply Chain, Information Technology, Global Services, Health & Wellness, Global Design and Health Technology.   Ms. Peterson has previously served as Chairman & CEO of Bayer CropScience AG in Germany and CEO of Bayer Medical Care. 

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