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Sterling hires Sadow for new position

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Sterling Diagnostic Imaging has hired medical imaging veteranGary Sadow as vice president of its electronic imaging business.The newly created position is designed to help strengthen Sterling'sfocus on electronic imaging. Sadow's

Sterling Diagnostic Imaging has hired medical imaging veteranGary Sadow as vice president of its electronic imaging business.The newly created position is designed to help strengthen Sterling'sfocus on electronic imaging.

Sadow's rÆMDNMØesumÆMDNMØe includesstints with PACS vendors Lockheed Martin Western Development LaboratoriesMedical Imaging Systems in Hoffman Estates, IL, and Kodak HealthImaging Systems of Dallas. He has also run his own consultingbusiness.

Sadow will have authority over Sterling's PACS, laser printing,and networking businesses. He will not oversee the company's DirectRadiography effort, although he will supervise the developmentof networking systems to support DR, according to Sterling spokespersonJayne Seebach Persico. Sadow reports to Ernest Waaser, executivevice president and COO.

In other Sterling news, the company has selected Greenville,NC, as the location for its corporate headquarters (SCAN 7/31/96).Greenville is near Sterling's Brevard, NC, film manufacturingplant. Sterling will keep about 75% of its work force in Glasgow,DE, where the company is currently headquartered.

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