Prominent Orthopaedic Hand and Upper Extremity Surgeon Joins Radlink Board of Directors

CEO of Torrance Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine Group Dr. Nicholas M.

Halikis Joins Board of Provider of Affordable Medical Imaging Systems.

Nov 28, 2007, 00:00 ET from Radlink, Inc.

    REDONDO BEACH, Calif., Nov. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Radlink, Inc., an
 innovative provider of medical imaging systems to healthcare providers,
 today announced the election of Nicholas M. Halikis, MD, to their
 distinguished board of directors.
     Dr. Halikis joins a distinguished Board that includes Thomas Hacking,
 chairman and chief executive officer, A. Redmond "Rusty" Doms, Jr., Joe
 Davis, Dr. Ralph Hutchings, Dr. Peter Julien and Judith Licklider.
     With nearly 20 years of experience, Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr. Halikis is
 currently chief of the Department of Surgery at Little Company of Mary
 Hospital in Torrance, CA. In addition, he also serves as CEO of Torrance
 Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Group.
     "Dr. Halikis is widely known and respected in the South Bay medical
 community. We are honored to have him as a Radlink Board member," said Tom
 Hacking, chairman of Radlink. "One of the reasons we have been successful
 in developing new imaging products is because we have been fortunate that
 distinguished physicians like Dr. Peter Julian and Dr. Ralph Hutchings have
 chosen to become shareholders and Board members. Their guidance has been
 invaluable as our scientists develop state of the art digital technology."
     "I've been impressed with Radlink's products since I was introduced to
 the company and I look forward to working with the Board to help it grow,"
 said Dr. Halikis. "Computed radiography plays a key role for Orthopaedics
 and Radlink is at the forefront in creating a high end product and
 affordable prices."
     Dr. Halikis received his Doctor of Medicine and completed his residency
 program at USC. He also completed a Fellowship at the University of
 Florida's Hand and Upper Extremity and has served in many community
 organizations including several years as a board director for the National
 Disabled Foundation
     Radlink is a Redondo Beach-based company that provides a wide range of
 medical film-to-digital image conversion, storage and delivery services to
 healthcare providers. The company markets its products and services to
 customers involved in medical film diagnostics worldwide, including
 radiology groups, physicians, diagnostic imaging centers, hospitals and
 health clinics. For more information, please go to

SOURCE Radlink, Inc.