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Millennium HealthCare Appoints Ed Joyce to Company Advisory Board

Wed, 03/07/2012 - 6:33am
Bio-Medicine.Org

SYOSSET, N.Y., March 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Millennium HealthCare Inc. (OTC Pink: MHCC) announced the appointment of Ed Joyce to the Company Advisory Board.

Millennium President Chris Amandola commented, "Ed brings deep experience from multiple healthcare disciplines and we are honored to have him join our advisory board.  Our Company's advantage is to have a group of highly trained, successful and resourceful individuals and he will be a tremendous addition to our team."

"Edward Joyce has over 17 years experience in medical sales and medical sales management and has a long history of success with leading medical device manufacturers such as C.R. Bard Inc., Edwards Life Sciences and St. Jude Medical.  His expertise includes, but is not limited to, managing as well as building professional sales organizations.  Throughout Edward's career he has called on numerous areas of hospitals including Infection Control, Housekeeping, Cardiology, Radiology, ICU's as well as the Operating Room.   In each of these departments Edward has built tremendous relationships across the United States and brings with him a large network of KOL's in each of these areas.  Edward has also successfully managed to launch a variety of new technology in which he had a key role in both sales related and marketing related strategies and we look forward to working together. "

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