4-Jun-2013 Source: Omniflight
Omniflight Helicopters, Inc., a leading national provider of air medical services, announced today that it named Geoffrey Coy to the newly created position of national sales director, effective immediately.
In this position, Coy will be responsible for managing sales efforts across the company and working closely with each of Omniflight’s regional business development directors throughout the country. His focus will be on further strengthening customer service efforts and expanding the company’s presence nationwide.
Coy is a veteran of the pharmaceutical industry, having spent eight years in various sales roles with GlaxoSmithKline and, most recently, six years with Sepracor, where he served as regional sales director. In his capacity, Coy was responsible for overseeing efforts of 10 district sales managers and 112 sales professionals. He consistently ranked at the top among his peers, as evidenced by the many sales awards he earned during his tenure.
“Our ability to attract a professional of Geoffrey’s caliber is a testament to the company’s growth to date and future potential as well as to the level of quality of care we provide our patients and the services we offer to the communities we serve. Geoffrey brings to Omniflight a history of proven success and sales achievement and results that will be instrumental in enhancing our dedication to customer service and to our future growth prospects. We look forward to the contributions Geoffrey will make in his new role,” noted Robert A, Peiser, chairman and chief executive officer at Omniflight.
Coy, 40, is a native of Phoenix and a graduate of Baylor University, where he earned his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. He will be based at the company’s Addison headquarters office, and resides in Dallas. Coy will report directly to Peiser.
Addison, Texas-based Omniflight Helicopters, Inc. is a leading provider of air medical services throughout the U.S. The company owns over 100 aircraft nationally, and operates from 70 bases in 19 states, with a strong presence across the Southwest, Midwest, and Southeast regions. Its focus is primarily on inter-facility transport and on-site emergency scene response using both rotor and fixed-wing aircraft.