Virtual Radiologic attracts corporate veteran to board
This article was originally published in Clinica
Brian Sullivan has been appointed to the board of Virtual Radiologic (Minneapolis, Minnesota), a provider of teleradiology services. Mr Sullivan, who has 17 years of corporate experience, is the president and CEO of SterilMed (Minnesota), a medical device and equipment repair and refurbishment firm. He is the co-founder, and former chairman and CEO of PUR water treatment systems firm Recovery Engineering (sold to Proctor and Gamble in 1999). "Brian has an impressive track record of guiding profitable, young growth companies," said Virtual's chairman and CEO, Sean Casey.
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