Twinsburg, Ohio (March 8, 2022)

reLink Medical is pleased to announce the promotion of Jeremy Dalton to Chief Operating Officer.

In this new role, Jeremy will build upon his current responsibilities while developing and implementing strategies needed to enhance company growth and leading the expansion of both regional and national business presence. He will also be instrumental in growing additional service lines and managed programs for reLink’s 360 Enterprise clients.

“We are thrilled that Jeremy will take on the role as Chief Operating Officer at reLink Medical,” shares Jeff Dalton, CEO of reLink Medical. “He has been an integral part of our team since 2016, and we look forward to him as he leads the business in innovative, strategic changes as we are poised to grow and move forward into 2022 and beyond.”

A true leader in business development and logistics, Jeremy has been instrumental in developing, growing, and maintaining successful business operations for reLink, formerly VP of Operations for the company. Jeremy earned an A.B.A in Business Administration from Ohio University and has nearly 15 years of warehousing and logistics experience within the healthcare industry.  He has worked in roles at nearly every level within the operations and business development fields for companies ranging in size from $300,000 to $300 million.


About reLink Medical:

reLink Medical is the industry leader in medical device disposition solutions, currently partnering with major hospital systems and healthcare providers in 37 states. reLink Medical’s service offerings include onsite logistics and inventory solutions, sustainability leadership, move management and equipment disposition efforts. Dedicated to the sustainable and orderly process of disposition of obsolete, excess, out-of-service, and used medical equipment, the company uses proprietary technology and advanced logistics to create exceptional customer experiences.

Serving over 3,000 hospitals and healthcare systems since their start in 2016, reLink Medical keeps over 5 million pounds of medical devices from landfills each year and has returned tens of millions of dollars to its hospital partners. For more information, visit



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