IradimedIradimed (NSDQ:IRMD) announced today that it appointed former president and CEO Roger Susi to resume the roles 10 months after he stepped down.

On July 29, 2019, the Winter Springs, Fla.-based MRI-compatible medical device developer announced that Susi would continue as the company’s chairman and chief technology officer, while Leslie McDonnell would assume the roles of president and CEO.

However, McDonnell separated from the company effective yesterday, according to a news release, leading to the reappointment of Susi, who had led the company for 27 years from its founding before stepping down last year.

“I look forward to resuming as the company’s president and CEO and would like to thank Ms. McDonnell for her contributions during her tenure,” Susi said in the release. “I remain optimistic about our future and am excited to lead Iradimed through its next stages of growth.”
In McDonnel’s last quarter as president and CEO, Iradimed increased revenues year-over-year but saw a slight dip in net income, while still reporting nearly $1.8 million in profits. The company also withdrew its 2020 guidance amid the COVID-19 pandemic.