Sheri Dodd is appointed President for Medtronic Canada

Sheri Dodd is appointed President for Medtronic Canada

 September 28, 2022

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Medtronic has announced that Sheri Dodd is appointed President of Medtronic Canada, leading Canadian commercial operations for the world’s largest medical device company.

Applying strategic leadership 

Throughout her 12-year Medtronic tenure, Sheri has served in senior- and executive-level roles in the company’s clinical, health economics, and reimbursement businesses before most recently leading the Medtronic Care Management Services (MCMS) home remote patient monitoring business.

Through her strategic leadership, Sheri facilitated early entry into value-based healthcare programs with payers and led the team to serve one of the largest telehealth programs in North America. During the pandemic, she led the development and launch of COVID-19 symptom monitoring programs for patients and employees.

Prior to joining Medtronic, Sheri spent 13 years at Johnson & Johnson and five years at the World Health Organization. She holds master’s degrees in health economics and epidemiology from the London School of Economics and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Dodd succeeds Neil D. Fraser, who announced his retirement in July, after 38 years of service to the global technology company.

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