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Signalife Appoints Lee Ehrlichman as Company Director and Operations Director; Additional Notice Received From Amex Regarding Sharholders' Equity Deficiency
Date:5/15/2008

GREENVILLE, S.C., May 15 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Signalife, Inc. (Amex: SGN) has announced that it has appointed Mr. Lee B. Ehrlichman to the company's board of directors on May 10, 2008, and as the company's Director of Operations. Mr. Ehrlichman, who pioneered outpatient realtime cardiac telemetry technology and call center monitoring as CEO and President of Cardiac Telecom Corporation, will oversee all company operations as the company's Operations Director, a consulting position, including monitoring all production activities and ensuring timely deliveries of product, and overseeing regulatory and research & development activities. As Operations Director, Mr. Ehrlichman is expected to operate out of the company's Los Angeles offices and laboratory facilities on a full-time basis. Mr. Ehrlichman, who has extensive experience in product marketing and sales, will also take a lead role in company sales, both in the remote cardiac monitoring market as well as traditional ECG markets. Mr. Ehrlichman commenced consulting for the company on May 5, 2008, and it is anticipated that Mr. Ehrlichman will transition to a senior executive level position after a trial period.

Mr. Ehrlichman has extensive experience not only as a chief executive officer and a sales and marketing executive, but also in the cardiac business in which Signalife competes. From August 1995 until July 2007, Mr. Ehrlichman was Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President of Cardiac Telecom Corporation, a pioneer of outpatient real-time cardiac telemetry technology and call center monitoring. In that capacity, Mr. Ehrlichman oversaw both the development and commercialization of ECG devices and the heart monitoring business, growing revenues by 500%; developing and e
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