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Carestream Signs Imaging Customers

January 16, 2008
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Rochester, N.Y.-based Carestream Health Inc. recently signed new contracts for its Kodak Directview computed radiography and digital radiography systems.

The following healthcare providers are among those that have placed orders:

· Alpena Regional Medical Center (Alpena, Mich.) ordered a Kodak DIRECTVIEW 3500 system.

· Bethesda Memorial Hospital (Boynton Beach, Fla.) ordered a CR-ITX 560 system.

· Cape Canaveral Hospital (Cocoa Beach, Fla.) purchased a dual-detector Kodak DIRECTVIEW DR 7500 System.

· Illinois Valley Community Hospital (Peru, Ill.) purchased DR 7500 and DR 3000 systems.

· Kennedy Health (Cherry Hill, N.J.) purchased a DR 7500 system.

· Novant Healthcare Systems (Charlotte, N.C.) purchased 12 Kodak DIRECTVIEW CR 825 Systems for their urgent care/family practice facilities and Kodak DIRECTVIEW CR 975 and CR 850 Systems for Brunswick Hospital in Supply, N.C.

· Renown Health (Reno, Nev.) purchased a DR 3000 system.

· Tallahassee Memorial Hospital (Tallahassee, Fla.) ordered seven CR 975, CR 850 and CR 825 systems.

· U.S. Naval Hospital (Camp Lejeune, N.C.) purchased two CR-ITX 560 systems.



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