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Cirrus Health and Siemens Announce Technology Alliance to Deliver the Physician-Driven Hospital of the Future
Date:11/5/2008

Five-Year Contract to Include Solutions for Medical Equipment, Facility Design, Building Infrastructure and Automation, Power Technology and More

DALLAS and NEW YORK, Nov. 5 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Cirrus Health forged a five-year alliance with Siemens Corporation to provide a wide range of technology and service solutions for the next generation of physician-owned healthcare environments.

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The Cirrus Health-Siemens alliance underscores the commitment of Cirrus Health to create surgery centers and hospitals in which physicians have the greatest opportunity to deliver unparalleled patient care. The agreement includes integration of Siemens medical equipment, communications systems, building infrastructure and automation technologies, fire and life safety, physical security systems, energy efficiency consulting, lighting, and power technology solutions. Additionally, Siemens will work closely with Cirrus Health physician partners to develop optimized, process-based facility design recommendations focused on the highest quality of patient care, efficient workflow and utilization of resources, to deliver a positive experience for patients and staff.

"Cirrus Health has an innovative approach to partnering with physicians to create healthcare facilities, and this gives Siemens a unique opportunity to leverage our expertise in medical equipment and building infrastructure," said Ken Cornelius, President and CEO of Siemens One, the solutions business of Siemens Corporation. "Entire communities will benefit from the advanced technologies we're providing in these new environments."

One of the first initiatives for the new alliance will be the development and design of Central Heart and Surgical Hospital in Conway, Arkansas. The facility, when complete, will total 130,000 square feet wi
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