Press ReleasesBryan Ziemann is welcomed as the Newest Member of HealthCare’s Responsive Innovation Team at GD

Bryan Ziemann is welcomed as the Newest Member of HealthCare’s Responsive Innovation Team at GD

 

 

Date: June 8, 2018
Contact: Andrew Birnbaum
E: marketing@general-devices.com
P: 201-313-7075
F: 201-313-5671
W: www.general-devices.com

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Solon Springs, WI – June, 2018 — GD is proud to announce and welcome Bryan as a new team member on the GD Responsive Innovation team. Bryan will be contributing as Business Development Manager for GD’s award winning solutions for hospitals and emergency medical services (EMS). He will be reporting to Barry Weinstein, VP Sales, while having constant communication with the Sales Department here at the headquarters in Ridgefield, New Jersey.

Bryan comes to GD with a diverse Sales and EMS background including sales of cardiac resuscitation equipment for ZOLL, and EMS Software for Sansio/ Physio-Control. He also has recent Project Management experience with Stryker and Physio-Control. His EMS career spans over 30 years, including a background as a Flight Paramedic, Operations Supervisor, and as Executive Director of suburban ALS ambulance service.

Bryan hails from beautiful Solon Springs, Wisconsin with his wife Jennifer and teen boys Jesse and Nolan. A Neapolitan Mastiff named Tonka resides beneath his desk. Bryan loves the northern Wisconsin outdoor lifestyle with hobbies including fishing, hunting and snowmobiling. He spends much of his free time at a family cabin in Atikokan, Ontario, and frequently travels along the north shore of Lake Superior. Bryan’s goal is to get up to speed quickly in his new role, so please don’t hesitate to say hello.

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GD aids in smarter patient care by empowers hospitals, EMS, community healthcare, and public safety with the most comprehensive, interactive, configurable, affordable, and integrated FDA listed medical communications and mobile telemedicine solution. The results are enhanced workflows, minimized risk, reduced costs, and improved patient outcomes.