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DG Medical adds quality engineer.

DG Medical is expanding its team of quality experts. The Centerville, Ohio-based contract manufacturer has hired Michelle R. Schnell as quality engineer.

Schnell will oversee the company's Quality System to confirm compliance with ISO 13485 standards and U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulations.

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Schnell has more than seven years of experience in developing and executing quality systems in the medical device industry. Before joining DG Medical, she was a quality engineer at AtriCure Inc., a West Chester, Ohio-based developer and manufacturer of surgical ablation systems. She most recently worked as quality assurance and regulatory affairs director at Verium Diagnostics Inc., a medical diagnostic apparatus developer headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio.

"We are pleased to have Michelle join our quality engineering team," DG Medical President and CEO Mike Sieron said. "Her biomedical engineering background, coupled with her experience with the 510(k) process and regulatory compliance requirements will only enhance our ability to deliver the highest quality products and contract manufacturing services to DG Medical customers."

Schnell received her B.S. degree in biomedical engineering from the University of Cincinnati.
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Date:Mar 1, 2012
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