News | July 25, 2007

Cirrus Health Announces TRUMPF as Strategic Partner

July 25, 2007 – Cirrus Health announced TRUMPF as a strategic partner in providing the latest technology to support the delivery of high-quality patient care in each of their facilities located nationwide.

“Our relationship with TRUMPF enhances Cirrus’ ability to develop and maintain facilities with the latest technology in their operating rooms,” stated Tim Parris, Chief Executive Officer for Cirrus Health. “By providing our facilities and physicians the best possible tools and equipment, service to patients will be further enhanced.”

Through the TRUMPF partnership, the ability for Cirrus Health to develop and maintain facilities with the latest operating room technology is strengthened. Custom-designed TRUMPF KREUZER Equipment Booms; a full line of mobile, modular surgical tables; innovative “no-lift” patient transport solutions; and the world’s first LED surgical light—the TRUMPF iLED—are among the TRUMPF technologies designed to increase efficiency, improve safety, and enhance patient care.

“Because Cirrus Health and TRUMPF share a common focus on implementing leading-edge solutions that allow hospitals to provide the best possible patient care, we are confident of a strong, long-term partnership,” said Toni Egger, TRUMPF’s President and CEO.

For more information: www.us.TRUMPF-Med.com and www.cirrushealth.com

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