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Signalife Appoints Lee Ehrlichman President and Chief Operating Officer
Date:6/3/2008

LOS ANGELES, June 3 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Signalife, Inc. (Amex: SGN) has announced that it has appointed Mr. Lee B. Ehrlichman -- who is already a member of the company's Board of Directors -- as President and Chief Operating Officer. In that capacity, Mr. Ehrlichman's primary focus, in addition to monitoring and supervising company operations, will be on sales and marketing of the company's products.

Mr. Ehrlichman, who pioneered outpatient real-time cardiac telemetry technology and call center monitoring as Chief Executive Officer and President of Cardiac Telecom Corporation, will report directly to Signalife's Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Rowland Perkins. Mr. Ehrlichman's successful history is known and is public record, including for example his stint at Tartan, Inc., a company which he turned around after ten-years of losses, and later was sold to Texas Instruments.

Signalife also announced that it has moved its principal headquarters to Los Angeles -- where it was originally based -- in-house with the company's laboratory, R&D and IT operations, and close to the company's manufacturing operations in Ventura, California. Signalife has also expanded the square footage of its Los Angeles facilities in view of numerous additional staff members the company envisions it will add in the coming days in connection with its anticipated sales and marketing activities.

Dr. Lowell T. Harmison, Signalife's prior Chief Executive Officer and President, has taken an indefinite leave of absence as both an officer and director during which he is expected to consult to the company, as best he can, on a variety of matters.

In view of such leave, Mr. Rowland Perkins, previously Signalife's Interim Administrative Chief Executive Officer, will assume all duties of the office of Chief Executive Officer. Rowland Perkins, Signalife's Chief Executive Officer, commented: "I am personally excited and gratified to have somebody of Lee Ehrlichman's exp
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