Dr Rob Chakraverty has left Wolves following a two-year spell at Molineux and Compton Park.
Chakraverty has developed the club's medical team through a series of appointments, who supported the first-team during their top half finish in the Premier League last season.
Chairman Jeff Shi said: “I'd like to thank Dr Rob for his efforts at the club. Rob joined Wolves at a difficult time during the pandemic, but his experience and knowledge helped us massively through a tough period.
“He's also developed the medical team during his time here and worked hard to try and move things forward. On behalf of everyone at Wolves, I'd like to wish Rob the very best of luck for the future."
Sporting director Matt Hobbs added: “Since Rob joined the club, he's been a professional and valued member of the team at Compton Park.
“We are always looking to improve on and off the pitch and Rob helped us do that with his work developing the medical department. We are thankful to him for his contributions during his time at Wolves."
Dr Chakraverty said: “During my time at Wolves I have had the pleasure of working with so many good people whose work ethic, desire to improve and professionalism have been a credit to the club.
“I wish all of the staff and players the very best for the season and for their whole careers. I feel proud to have been part of that journey."