The procurement department at Probo has recently welcomed new team members who bring with them diverse capabilities and skills, further enhancing the expertise offered across the products and services offered.
In May, expert Tamara Harwood joined the company as the UK Ultrasound Sales Specialist. Tamara has a vast background in Ultrasound sales and applications, previously working for GE, MIS, HSL and Supersonic Imagine and will be driving sales of new, used, and refurbished systems and probes across the Medical and Veterinary sector.
Also joining the medical equipment specialists is Marcus Reynolds who will be Northwest Territory Manager and the specialist for this region. Marcus trained as a doctor for six years before deciding he wanted to transition into medical sales. Marcus will be working with Senior Account Manager David Mount’s team, focusing on the promotion of all Probo products and services within his territory. In the past, Marcus has also owned his own small car dealership, so he brings many diverse assets to the business!
Gugz Bhogal has also joined as a Product Sales Specialist and will be working across the UK driving medical equipment sales. Gugz is a qualified Radiographer and has been working in the industry for almost ten years, most recently as a CT Senior Radiographer.
The latest member of the team is Kitty Parker who will be Southwest Territory Manager at Probo Medical from July. Kitty has worked as a Technical Officer at Royal Devon and Exeter, and also at Acumed, following completion of a Master’s Degree in Cardiovascular Science at the University of Bristol, a Bachelor’s Degree in Biomedical Sciences at the University of Plymouth and more recently a PhD in Medical Studies at the University of Exeter.
The rapidly expanding department will assist the demand for the increasing product offering, including the Medtron contrast medium injectors, and the Iradimed infusion Pump and Patient Monitor.
Photo from left to right:
Steve Andrews, Tamara Harwood, Gugz Bhogal, Dani Langson, Leon Parsons, Joe Witcomb, David Mount, Simon Fairhurst, Lewis Newell, Sacha Pearce, Marcus Reynolds, Kitty Parker, Nick Radwell, Julie Robinson and Stephen Glasgow.