The flourishing Health and Medical Technology industry is a testament to the ever-increasing integration of technology in modern medical treatments and patient care.
As technology continues to advance, the role of Health and Med Tech in human healthcare will undoubtedly expand.
The global medical devices market is projected to grow to approximately $672 billion by 2027 at a compound growth rate of 5.2% from 2020, reflecting the inextricable link between technology and the human experience as acknowledged by approximately 85% of health executives.
In response to the unprecedented growth of the Health and Med Tech sector, Stanton Chase has created a dedicated subsector to accommodate its expansion. With technology at the forefront of the future, experienced executive leaders in Health and Med Tech are in higher demand than ever before.
That is where Stanton Chase’s newly appointed Health and Med Tech Global Sector Leader, Gavin McCartney, will bring valuable leadership. Gavin, a Partner at Stanton Chase London, brings a wealth of experience to the role.
“I am thrilled to be leading our new global Health and Med Tech sector and, with our team, look forward to supporting our clients’ growth ambitions with the future leadership horsepower they require—given this dynamic and technologically advancing healthcare space,” Gavin McCartney, Stanton Chase’s new Global Sector Leader of Health and Med Tech, said.
Gavin has been working in international executive search for the last 17 years and has successfully managed assignments for global, regional, and local clients in the life sciences and healthcare sectors, specializing in executive and senior-level roles. In addition, Gavin has a solid understanding of early-mid venture start-ups, SMEs, and VC/PE backed enterprises. Prior to beginning his executive search career, Gavin gained extensive experience in marketing, sales, and commercial management positions with renowned international healthcare organizations, including Boehringer-Ingelheim.
“At Stanton Chase, we are committed to finding the best leaders, thus helping organizations in the life science and healthcare community to drive innovation, growth, and sustainability. With Gavin at the sector’s helm, we are confident that our Health and Med Tech clients will continue to thrive,” Dietrich Hauffe, Ph.D., Stanton Chase’s Global Practice Leader for Life Sciences & Healthcare, said.
Gavin holds a BSc in business management from the European Business Management School, Swansea University, and is accredited in intercultural management consultancy, as well as psychometric and behavioral assessments.
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