Greg Scott Joins Solis Women’s Health as Vice President – Business Development
Addison, TX – March 4, 2011 Solis Women’s Health announced today that Gregory M. Scott has been appointed to the position of Vice President – Business Development with Solis, the nation’s leading independent provider of mammography and associated breast diagnostic services.
Scott has more than 20 years of direct experience in health care and medical sales, focusing on imaging, marketing, business development, and sales management with such leading companies as Fujifilm Medical Systems, Acuson, and Carestream Health. His experience includes digital imaging systems, PACS picture archiving and communications systems, cardiology systems, and hospital contracting. He received a B.A. degree from Southeastern Missouri State University. He currently lives in Van Alstyne, TX.
“We’re very pleased to have Greg join the Solis team as Vice President – Business Development,” said Bonnie Lankford, COO of Solis, “With our growing sales force and increasing market opportunities, having someone with Greg’s experience and knowledge to lead the business development effort – particularly in Texas where Solis is headquartered – will be a major benefit to the Company in the coming years.”
About Solis Women’s Health
Solis Women’s Health operates the nation's largest independent network of mammography and comprehensive breast care centers with a single objective- delivering exceptional patient care. Solis’ radiologist physicians are typically both Board-certified and fellowship-trained in breast imaging. Focusing exclusively on the diagnosis of Breast Cancer utilizing state of the art advanced digital equipment, Solis’ physicians achieve superior outcomes. Furthermore, Solis’ radiologists work personally with their patients, and deliver timely reports to referring physicians which provide significant help in determining care plans. Currently, Solis operates 26 clinics in five States – TX, AZ, IN, OH, and NC.
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