WishBone Medical Names Miclot President

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Warsaw-based WishBone Medical Inc., a new global pediatric orthopedic company, has named Andrew Miclot president. He will continue in his role as vice chairman and director on the board of directors. Miclot has almost 40 years of global medical device experience. He has been president and CEO of several medical device companies with executive leadership positions.

Miclot has had success in early stage and in Fortune 500 companies turning around unprofitable and growing primarily Orthopedic and ENT companies. He previously served as president and CEO of Micro Machine, an orthopedic company with offices in Warsaw and Kalamazoo, Michigan. Recent experience includes general manager ENT /senior vice president and officer of ArthroCare and director of medical products at DePuy Orthopedics. Prior to DePuy, Miclot had several marketing and sales leadership positions at Zimmer for more than five years in three divisions; Patient Care, Hall Surgical and Trauma.

Early experience includes: vice president of Ulti-Med, disposable products for the U.S. and Asia, Medline, as the youngest director, disposable textile and custom sterile procedure trays, DeRoyal, sales manager with orthopedic soft goods and American Hospital Supply/Hospitex, sales manager that turned around a territory ranked worst of 50 to number three in two years and then promoted to sales trainer.

He currently serves on two other boards: Micro Machine as director and Precision Optics as director. Also, Miclot is on two advisory boards; Indiana University Arts and Sciences Alumni Board and ODT. He was one of a small group of founders in “The Institute of Orthopaedic Enlightenment” started by Knowledge Enterprises. Miclot has been key note speakers and panel discussion leaders at several Orthopedic and ENT conferences.

He has a BA in Speech and Hearing Sciences and an MA in Audiology from Indiana University and an MBA from Lake Forest Graduate School of Management.

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