J-Pac Medical Appoints Michael Dolge as Chief Financial Officer

Industry Veteran to Lead Optimization of Financial Processes for Trusted Partner Specializing in Implantable Textiles, Healthcare Packaging and Medical Device Manufacturing

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J-Pac Medical, a trusted manufacturing and packaging outsourcing partner to medical device and diagnostic companies, today announced that Michael Dolge has been appointed Chief Financial Officer. Dolge brings more than 20 years of international management and financial experience and has proven success in implementing growth strategies in medical device markets to drive profitability.

Prior to joining J-Pac Medical, Dolge served as CFO at GI Supply Inc., a distributor of endoscopic medical devices serving leading medical centers, hospitals and physician offices, where he spearheaded strategy, infrastructure and personnel optimization. Dolge has also held senior level positions at multi-billion dollar publicly traded companies such as Rohm and Haas and the Industrial Products Division of Goodrich, as well as management positions with Johnson and Johnson in operational finance. Prior to J&J, Dolge was a senior auditor with Deloitte and Touche.

"We are at a critical juncture where there is a huge opportunity for J-Pac Medical to leverage its unique combination of value-added capabilities for implantable textiles, turnkey packaging, thermoformed packaging, and medical device manufacturing to increase our presence in additional markets and grow the company overall," said Jeff Barrett, President and CEO of J-Pac Medical. "This will require a strong leadership team, and bringing a seasoned CFO of Mr. Dolge's caliber on board will be an invaluable asset to the company as we take J-Pac to the next level."

"I am very impressed by what J-Pac has to offer the market and look forward to working closely with Mr. Barrett and the J-Pac team to optimize the company's financial performance and help implement the company's growth strategy," said Dolge.

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