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Wolford takes Sterling president's post

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Sterling Diagnostic Imaging chairman Rodney Wolford has takenover the position of president vacated by Suzanne Linderman whenshe retired earlier this year (SCAN 7/3/96). Wolford has alsobeen named CEO of Sterling, and will retain his chairman title. In

Sterling Diagnostic Imaging chairman Rodney Wolford has takenover the position of president vacated by Suzanne Linderman whenshe retired earlier this year (SCAN 7/3/96). Wolford has alsobeen named CEO of Sterling, and will retain his chairman title.

In other executive changes at the film and PACS company, Sterlingnamed Ernest Waaser executive vice president and COO. Waaser previouslywas Sterling's senior vice president of diagnostic imaging.

Sterling also announced last week that it is planning to moveits corporate headquarters from Glasgow, DE, to a site yet tobe chosen in the western North Carolina/South Carolina region.Sterling's film manufacturing plant is located in Brevard, NC.About 75% of Sterling's work force will remain in Glasgow, aswill equipment R&D and manufacturing, and Sterling's directradiography program.

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