News | June 26, 2013

Unisyn Renames Diagnostic Imaging Field Service Business Consensys Imaging Service

Company sells transactional business to GE Healthcare

June 26, 2013 — Unisyn Medical Technologies Inc. announced the sale of its Transactional business to GE Healthcare, including its ultrasound probe repair, multi-modality part and proprietary test equipment businesses.

Following this transaction, the Unisyn diagnostic imaging field service business will continue to operate as a standalone entity under the new name Consensys Imaging Service Inc. Consensys corporate headquarters will be the company’s existing service facility in Cary, Ill. Aside from the new name and change in corporate headquarters location, the field service business offerings and operations remain unchanged.

Jim Spearman, formerly Unisyn’s VP of Service Operations, has been elected by the Board of Directors to lead Consensys Imaging Service Inc. as president. Jeff Soinski, Unisyn’s chief executive officer, will transition from his management position and continue to serve as a member of the Board of Directors of Consensys Imaging Service Inc. and its holding company, Medical Imaging Holdings Inc.

David Jahns, Galen Partners’ managing partner, commented, “We are pleased to further increase our focus and investment in our core business of multi-modality diagnostic imaging field service. Jim Spearman has led our field service efforts since joining us from GE Healthcare, and we look forward to supporting Jim’s continued efforts to accelerate the growth of our business.”

Jim Spearman, Consensys Imaging Service’s president, commented, “Consensys is uniquely positioned to partner with customers to deliver customized imaging service solutions that reduce cost and improve efficiency. Our new name reflects our commitment to listening to and aligning with our customers to meet their medical imaging service needs. We look forward to enhancing our position as a leader in the diagnostic imaging service market.”

For more information: www.consensysimaging.com

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