Warsaw-based Symmetry Medical Inc. named Thomas J. Sullivan president and CEO beginning Jan. 17. He replaces Brian S. Moore, who has been CEO since 2003. Moore will remain with the orthopedic supply company through June 2012 as head of business development and as a member of the board of directors. Sullivan was previously president of the supply-chain and business-process division of New Jersey-based Johnson & Johnson Health Care Systems Inc. From 2005 to 2007, Sullivan served as president of Warsaw-based DePuy Orthopaedics Inc., a unit of Johnson & Johnson. Sullivan holds an MBA degree from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
Westfield-based consulting firm maxIT Healthcare named Mike Sweeney its president, reporting to CEO Parker Hinshaw. The 600-person firm, which advises health care clients, also promoted Reese Gomez to be executive vice president of solution management.
The Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana named Dr. Lisa A. Lombard its new medical director. Lombard comes to the Indianapolis rehab hospital from California, where she was the chief of traumatic brain injury rehabilitation at Santa Clara Medical Center. She also held a similar role at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. The Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana is a joint venture of Clarian Health and St. Vincent Health, two Indianapolis-based hospital systems.