Orchid Names John Randolph Quality and Regulatory Manager
Orchid Orthopedic Solutions, a worldwide leader in contract design and manufacturing solutions for the orthopedic, dental and cardiovascular markets, recently announced that John Randolph will be joining the company as Quality and Regulatory Services Manager.
· Assisting small-medium sized medical device companies comply with applicable regulatory requirements and build an appropriately sized Quality System.
· Assisting foreign medical device companies access the U.S. market and comply with regulatory requirements.
· Assisting medium to large medical device companies supplement their own staff to address requirements and capacity issues.
Randolph brings significant quality and regulatory experience in a broad range of industries and companies, both large and small.
“In addition to supporting our customers’ needs, over time I believe John will be able to contribute more broadly to Orchid’s internal improvement initiatives,” says Steve Maguire, General Manager at Orchid Design.
Orchid Design has a proven track record with more than 150 medical device and healthcare product companies, and is dedicated to providing high quality, practical and efficient solutions.
About Orchid Design
Orchid Design is a full service contract product design and development firm focused on the orthopedic industry, with locations in Shelton, CT and Memphis, TN. From concept development, through small scale manufacturing, they provide engineering expertise to companies developing medical devices. With more than 175 years of engineering experience on their team, a state of the art model shop and biomechanical testing facilities, they are able to develop quality products and reduce time to market for their customers.
About Orchid Orthopedic Solutions
Orchid Orthopedic Solutions is a worldwide leader in contract design and manufacturing for the orthopedic, dental and cardiovascular markets. Orchid’s mission is to be the leader in contract medical design and manufacturing by compressing time to market, providing new technology and being the best total supply-chain value. The company consists of five divisions that offer an array of implants and instruments within the five core capabilities: design, forging, machining, plastics and coatings.