DAYTON — Community Blood Center/Community Tissue Services has named John St. John as its new chief financial officer. He is a familiar face to CBC/CTS after spending nearly a year as a consultant and interim CFO.
CBC/CTS Chief Executive Officer Dr. David Smith said St. John brings experience to the senior leadership team that will be instrumental to the company’s strategies for consistent growth in the blood and tissue industry.
St. John has more than 25 years of experience in C-level positions for tissue banks and organ procurement organizations. He has extensive experience as a CFO and has been responsible for other business areas such as strategy development, HR, IT, and research and development. Earlier in his career he worked as a chemist and as director of Cardiac Services at Sentara Norfolk General Hospital.
His broad educational background includes a degree in chemistry and an MBA.
“John is a well-recognized and respected professional among tissue banks and OPOs,” said Dr. Smith. “We are certainly delighted to have John with us and welcome him to our team!”
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Community Blood Center/Community Tissue Services is a full-service regional blood center and a global tissue graft provider headquartered in Dayton, Ohio.
Community Blood Center provides blood products to 25 partner hospitals and health centers within a 15-county service area in the Miami (Ohio) and Whitewater (Indiana) Valleys.
Community Tissue Services is an industry leader in tissue graft development and biotechnology. It is the fifth largest provider of tissue grafts in the country and the largest not-for-profit provider of skin grafts for burn patients.
The Center for Tissue, Innovation and Research features Microbiology Lab testing; research and development into bio-active allografts and bio-materials; and 14 Class 100 Clean Rooms and Computer Numerical Control precision machinery for graft processing, marketing and distribution worldwide.