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GE fills senior leadership roles

 GE Healthcare has appointed two new members to its leadership team.

Tom Gentile, who is currently Vice President of GE Aviation’s Services division, has been named President and CEO of GE Healthcare’s Healthcare Systems division. He succeeds Omar Ishrak, who is leaving GE to lead Medtronic.

Gentile has worked for GE for 13 years, holding a series of leadership roles in GE Capital’s businesses in the US, France and Australia.

Mike Swinford, current Services leader for GE Healthcare’s North American division, has been appointed as President and CEO of Global Services, a new business that will be responsible for driving GE Healthcare’s service strategy globally.

Swinford has led GE Healthcare’s North American Services business since 2005. He has also held a series of services, quality and supply chain leadership roles in GE Healthcare, since joining the company in 1992.

John Dineen, President and CEO of GE Healthcare (pictured), said: “Tom is a global leader who can build markets around the world. He has the proven track record in developing technologies to help his customers solve some of their industry’s toughest problems. We are very pleased to have Tom join the GE Healthcare team.

“As we’ve expanded our commercial activities around the world we believe it makes good, profitable business sense to drive service growth across our global product lines, investing in world-class regional service delivery. Mike has the credentials and business acumen to lead this valuable business.”

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