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Renowned Radiologist Peter J. Julien, MD Named Radlink Chief Medical Officer
Date:2/26/2008

2005 Cedar Sinai 'Physician of the Year' and Current Radlink Board Member

Joins Team

REDONDO BEACH, Calif., Feb. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Radlink, Inc., a fast-growing software and hardware company that has emerged as an innovative provider of medical imaging systems to healthcare providers, today named Peter J. Julien, MD, as chief medical officer.

With nearly 30 years of experience, Dr. Julien is currently director of Thoracic Imaging at Cedar-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. He also has served as associate director of Radiology and director of Mammography. In 2005, Dr. Julien was named the Cedar-Sinai Physician of the Year. Dr. Julien, who is a Radlink board member, will continue his duties at Cedar-Sinai.

"Peter is an investor and board member of Radlink," said Tom Hacking, chairman and CEO. "Over the last two years he has spent countless hours working with our team to design and test software products that our niche market -- private practice physicians -- have told us they need to make a smooth transition to digital imaging. This appointment simply acknowledges publicly the important role Peter has played in the development of Radlink's imaging products."

As chief medical officer, Dr. Julien will guide Radlink's imaging strategy including new product ideas and determining how the company can best economically and technologically serve private practice physicians as their offices become digital.

"Working with Radlink over the last two years gives me a unique perspective into the company, its products and its goals," said Dr. Julien. "They are truly offering top quality and affordable products that can help change the economical landscape of medicine. My background will play an integral role in helping to accomplish these objectives and I'm honored to be on the team."

In addition to a long career at Cedar-Sinai for more than 25 years, Dr. Julien was an assistant clinical professor of
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