HOUSTON, Oct. 31 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Sharps Compliance Corp. (OTC Bulletin Board: SCOM) ("Sharps" or the "Company"), a leading provider of cost-effective disposal solutions for small quantity generators of medical waste, today announced the appointment of John "Randy" Grow as the Company's President and Chief Operating Officer, effective October 27, 2008. Mr. Grow, who has been a member of the Company's Board of Directors since October of 2005, will retain his position on the Board. Dr. Burton Kunik will continue to hold the positions of Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer.
Mr. Grow was one of the founding members and President of Accredo Health, Inc., a specialty provider of biopharmaceuticals and services. Under his leadership, Accredo grew to a $1.5 billion company after its initial public offering in 1999 until it was acquired by Medco Health Solutions. Prior to his career with Accredo Health, Mr. Grow was a Vice President with Caremark Homecare, a home infusion service provider, and American Hospital Supply, a manufacturer and distributor of surgical supplies.
Dr. Burton J. Kunik, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Sharps Compliance, commented, "We are facing a period of unprecedented growth in the demand for our products and services and an abundance of large sales opportunities across the nation. Not only will Randy's extensive industry experience and knowledge help us win new customer contracts, his success in guiding rapidly growing businesses will be invaluable to the successful growth and execution of our day-to-day operations."
Mr. Grow, President and Chief Operating Officer of Sharps Compliance,
commented, "Burt's vision and guidance have been key components to our
current industry leadership position and success to-date. I believe with
the strengthened senior management team that we now have in place, we are
poised for accelerated sales growth and increased profitability in the
second half of fiscal
|SOURCE Sharps Compliance Corp.|
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