Heywood heads-up dosage system company, Street appointed as non-executive director

Posted on October 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Former Four Seasons chief executive Tony Heywood has become company chairman of Protomed, which produces a new monitored dosage system for medications.

Mr Heywood is joined on the Protomed board by Tim Street who is chairman of the English Community Care Association (ECCA) and who held board level positions with Four Seasons and Westminster. Steve Dunn, ex-group managing director of AAH Pharmaceuticals and a former chairman of the British Association of Pharmaceutical Wholesalers (BAPW) is another recent addition to the board. Mr Street and Mr Dunn will be non-executive directors.

Protomed’s product – Biodose – is said to be the first regime in the world to allow same-tray dispensing

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