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Small Dinner Series with Paul J. Fitzpatrick

Please join Georgia Bio's Emerging Leaders Network for our Small Dinner Series with Paul J. Fitzpatrick, President of PJ Fitzpatrick Executive Advisory Group. Through PJFEAG, he provides interim and fractional CEO, Board engagements and advisory services to start-ups, early stage and small healthcare services and medical device companies.

 Export to Your Calendar 8/21/2017
When: Monday, August 21, 2017
6:30pm-8:00pm
Where: Seasons 52 Perimeter
90 Perimeter Center W
Dunwoody, Georgia  30346
United States
Contact: Georgia Bio Admin
404-221-0617


Online registration is available until: 8/21/2017
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Please join Georgia Bio's Emerging Leaders Network for our Small Dinner Series with Paul J. Fitzpatrick, President of PJ Fitzpatrick Executive Advisory Group. Through PJFEAG, he provides interim and fractional CEO, Board engagements and advisory services to start-ups, early stage and small healthcare services and medical device companies.

 

Paul is president of PJ Fitzpatrick Executive Advisory Group, LLC. Through PJFEAG, he provides interim and fractional CEO, Board engagements and advisory services to start-ups, early stage and small healthcare services and medical device companies. 

 

Among others, Paul currently serves as CEO and Director of Advanced Catheter Therapies, Inc., (ACT) in Chattanooga, TN www.acatheter.com a research and development medical device company with a portfolio of innovative catheter technologies targeting delivery, vascular disease including thrombosis, inflammation, occlusions and restenosis. Paul has been responsible for developing and executing the Companies business model, strategy and completing $7.5 million in financings. In addition, he serves as President of QuantuMDx USA Inc., and on the Board of Directors of QuantuMDx Group Limited www.quantumdx.com a UK based R&D medical device company developing hand held point of care diagnostics and DNA sequencing devices. Paul serves as a volunteer board member and member of several professional and industry associations. 

 

During Paul’s career, senior leadership positions held have been: Founder, CEO, President, Board member, COO and EVP. Paul’s background includes numerous start-ups, turnarounds, roll-ups, integration of acquired companies, multi-site and state operations, completing over $40 million of private and venture backed financing's, medical devices, clinical and patient care services, international recruiting & staffing, developing numerous strategic alliances, education, hospitality and completing over twenty M&A transactions with a combined value in excess of $100 million. 

 

Paul served as interim Chief Executive Officer and director of NeoMatrix, LLC, an early stage medical device company, from June 2006 until the completion of his engagement in November of 2007. Paul was brought in by the Company’s Investment Bank, Waveland Capital Group (“WCG”), to develop a strategic operational and funding plan to turnaround Neomatrix and take it from R&D to commercialization. Working with WCG, Paul completed the Companies $15M Series C Preferred equity financing and had $2M of annualized sales prior to completing his engagement. Paul joined Waveland Capital Group LLC in February 2006 as a consultant hired to monitor Waveland Capital Partners’ portfolio companies. Prior to joining WCG, from March 2002 to January 2006, Paul was founder, President and CEO of I-Medical Staffing (“IMS”), a U.S. based healthcare staffing company that sourced, prepared, and employed highly experienced internationally-trained, English-speaking registered nurses for assignments into U.S. healthcare facilities. In 2006, Paul executed the merger of IMS with a large domestic staffing company. From 1997 to 2002, Paul was the Executive Vice President and COO and a start-up team member of Healthcare Innovations, Inc. (“HCI”), a rehabilitation services company, where he was responsible for mergers and acquisitions and operations. Paul was responsible for and orchestrated the sale of HCI in 2001 to a large publicly traded company. 

 

From 1994 to 1997, Paul was a Corporate Vice President at Careline, Inc., an emergency medical services rollup company, which had two public offerings raising $160 million, and was eventually acquired for $358 million. His responsibilities included acquisition due diligence, strategic planning and integration. From 1991 to 1994, Paul was founder and president of P.J. Fitzpatrick & Associates, Inc., an emergency medical services consulting firm. 

 

Paul is a graduate of the Daniel Freeman Hospital Paramedic School earning his board certification as a National Registered Paramedic and holds a science degree in paramedic technology from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts where he served as an adjunct faculty member for 10 years.

 

Space is limited to 8 people.

 

Date/Time:
Monday, August 21, 2017
6:30-8:00pm

 

Location:
TBD – Perimeter Mall Area

 

Cost:
Members & Students: $5 + Pay for own dinner
Non-members: $10 + Pay for your own dinner

There is a $5 registration fee for this event to cover administrative costs. All attendees are responsible for the cost of their own meal onsite at the event.

 

Cancellations:
All cancellation requests must be made to admin@gabio.org / 404-221-0617 by close of business February 29, 2016 to receive a refund. No refunds will be issued after this date.

 

 

 

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