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Ergéa Group announces two senior team appointments

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Ergéa Group, the platform for cancer care, diagnostic imaging and medical technology services across Europe, has announced the appointment of two key positions in its senior team.

Brendan Loughran joins the company as Head of Supplier Relationships, and Jason Long takes on the role of Head of International projects at Ergéa Group.

Both appointments are effective as of May 2023.

Med tech industry expert Loughran will be managing the strategic groupwide relationships with the Original Equipment Manufacturers.

He joins Ergéa Group from GE Healthcare, where he worked in a number of high level executive and business development roles.

Ergéa UK CEO, David Rolfe, said:

“The Head of Supplier Relationships role is crucial in our work to partner effectively for long-term win-win outcomes with suppliers as a group.

“Brendan’s extensive experience will be of great value, particularly as we are now one of the biggest purchasers of advanced medical equipment in Europe.

In the Ergéa’s Head of International Projects  role, Jason Long will evaluate new market opportunities and drive cross selling of business models between geographies.

Previously, Long led the business development, sales and marketing teams of Ergéa UK; with prior experience in product management and sales at various Original Equipment Manufacturers and as a Diagnostic Radiographer within the NHS.

Ergéa Group CEO, Guglielmo Brayda di Soleto, said:

“With three decades of experience in healthcare services, Jason Long possesses extensive expertise and experience in almost every aspect of healthcare technology, equipment, and infrastructure.

“As the Group Head of International Projects, Jason will be invaluable in enabling us to maximize our group-wide knowledge, capabilities, and business models to achieve our growth objectives.”

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