LAMBERTVILLE, Mich., Dec. 4, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Mary M. Swift is recognized by Continental
Specializing in cardiovascular services, The Terumo Cardiovascular Group is specialized in the development,
Renowned for her excellence, dedication and leadership in the healthcare field, Swift is the Senior Manager Regulatory Affairs Operations Specialist at Terumo Cardiovascular Systems. As part of the daily operations, Swift is the overseer of the performance of staff members in regards to regulatory affair operations. In addition, Swift "manages the global execution and coordination of new product design to legacy equipment that is associated with a product recall, all while supporting site inspections for the FDA and Notified Body." In this capacity, Swift also manages international product registration which includes, "management of submissions database for tracking of global submissions status."
Throughout the course of her education and training, Swift attained her Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Technology from Bowling Green State University. She then went on to complete her Master of Science degree in Administration with a specialization in Healthcare from Central Michigan University, and then completed a 12-month internship at St. Vincent Medical Center.
To further her professional development, Swift is a member of the National Association of Professional Women. When not working, she volunteers her time to a number of soup kitchens and the ASPCA. She also enjoys gardening and spending time with family.
In recognition of her outstanding achievements in the field, Swift was the recipient for an award in recognition of her excellence in the healthcare field.
Swift dedicates this recognition to her CEO and Red Cross Mentor, John E. Taylor; and to a second mentor, Michael from St. Lucia.
For more information, visit http://terumo-cvs.com.
Contact: Katherine Green, 516-825-5634, [email protected]
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