Siemens Healthcare

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Siemens Healthcare (formerly Siemens Medical Solutions, formerly Siemens Medical Systems, internally within Siemens known as "Med") is a supplier to the healthcare industry, and is headquartered in Erlangen, Germany. Currently, its U.S. business, Siemens Medical Solutions USA, Inc., is a Delaware corporation, with headquarters in Malvern, Pennsylvania. The Ultrasound Group is located in Issaquah, Washington.

The company dates its early beginnings 1847 to a small family business in Berlin, co-founded by Ernst Werner von Siemens. The name Siemens Medical Solutions was adopted in 2001, and the change to Siemens Healthcare was made in 2008.

President and Head of Siemens Healthcare North America is David Pacitti,[1] who replaced Gregory Sorensen, MD.

Globally the company has 49,000 employees, most of them in Germany (comparing to 46,000 at GE Healthcare and 33,000 at Philips Healthcare) and 17.2 billion US-$ sales in 2007 (16.997 billion US-$ for GE).


Major competitors of Siemens Healthcare are GE Healthcare, Philips, Toshiba, Shimadzu

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  1. ^ Pearson, Dave. "Abbott’s David Pacitti to lead Siemens North America", Health Imaging, 02 October 2015. Retrieved on 25 October 2015.

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