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New Leader at Siemens Healthcare

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Germany-based Siemens AG has named Michael Reitermann as CEO of Siemens Healthcare's U.S. operations, based in Malvern, Pa. He will oversee the company's medical imaging, therapy and health care information technology businesses.

Reitermann succeeds Dr. Heinrich Kolem, who will become head of Siemens Healthcare's Angiography, Fluoroscopy and X-ray business unit based in Germany. Reitermann most recently has served as CEO of Siemens' Molecular Imaging unit and president of the Nuclear Medicine division since 2002.

He also has served in the unit that Kolem now will lead, and in the corporate strategies and management consulting units. More information is available at siemens.com/healthcare.

--Joseph Goedert

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