GE HealthCare announced that it has named Roland Rott president and CEO of Imaging and Phil Rackliffe president and CEO of Ultrasound and IGT. Both leaders bring to their roles decades of deep experience in healthcare innovation and experience leading global teams in businesses of scale. This also highlights the depth of internal talent that GE HealthCare is building to strengthen focus on delivering for patients and customers.

These changes will be effective July 1, 2024. Roland joined GE Healthcare in 2011 and has held multiple leadership roles within Ultrasound, ultimately becoming president and CEO in 2021. He has a strong track record of growing healthcare businesses at scale, and driving digital and artificial intelligence (AI) in product innovation.

He has been instrumental in leading M&A activities including the BK Medical and Caption Health acquisitions, and established strategic alliances with new partners, such as the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and BARDA and Novo Nordisk. He has delivered significant platforming results in Ultrasound including the recently launched LOGIQ E10 Series and LOGIQ Fortis and Voluson Signature ultrasound systems, and will drive similar platforming efforts in Imaging. Before joining GE HealthCare, Roland worked as an executive committee member at a publicly traded company and founded two software companies that were acquired by strategic investors.

Phil joined GE HealthCare in 2022 to lead IGT and has delivered significant accretive revenue growth for the business during his tenure. Sincejoining GE HealthCare, Phil has led R&D expansion related to new product introductions including Allia Pulse, 3DStent,EmboAssist AI and OmnifyXR. He has also led strategic equity investments focused on improving visualization and surgical navigation techniques using technology such as augmented reality during minimally invasive procedures.

He has over two decades of global experience in MedTech, Medical Devices and Pharmaceuticals working for public companies, including Baxter Healthcare, Boston Scientific, and Pfizer, as well as Ernst and Young. Phil?s last role before joining GE HealthCare was CEO of Centerline Biomedical, a spinout of Cleveland Clinic.