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TeleHealth Services Names Joel Harris as Vice President of Corporate Development to Accelerate Growth in Healthcare

RALEIGH, N.C. Jan. 25, 2011 Joel Harris

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Mr. Harris most recently served as Sr. Director, Bio-Device Engineering & Manufacturing for Pfizer, Inc.   From 2000 to 2008, Mr. Harris served as TeleHealth’s Vice President of Operations where he was responsible for installation and service of all TeleHealth service lines along with the development, production and support of TeleHealth’s proprietary interactive education products.  During this period, Mr. Harris was also responsible for corporate development for TeleHealth.  Before joining the TeleHealth organization in 2000, Mr. Harris was a management consultant with Ernst & Young LLP specializing in post-merger integration, transportation and high technology.

Mr. Harris commented, "TeleHealth’s growth history and capability, along with its strong management team, allow us to offer significant upside opportunities to partner with any number of companies.  I look forward to spearheading our evolution through new partnership strategies."

Initially, Mr. Harris will be focused on the identification and evaluation of potential M&A targets, while managing the company’s product strategy and the organization’s integration into a new phase of partnership with leading global partners for healthcare communications solutions.

Ohio State University UNC-Chapel Hill

About TeleHealth Services:

With more than 2,500 healthcare clients across the country, TeleHealth Services is the nation’s leading provider of integrated technology and communications solutions for the healthcare market. Combining 50+ years of healthcare expertise and partnerships with industry leading manufacturers, TeleHealth Services is uniquely positioned to offer a full suite of hospital technology solutions that includes:

Raleigh, N.C. http://www.telehealth.com/

SOURCE TeleHealth Services

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