Catherine Estrampes

President & CEO, US & Canada at GE Healthcare Systems

Catherine Estrampes is President and CEO of GE HealthCare US and Canada (USCAN), a $8B business unit. She leads a team of 8,000 employees that provides healthcare technologies, services and solutions to help providers improve healthcare quality, access, and affordability.

Catherine began her career at GE HealthCare Europe in 1990 where she held various business leadership roles in Cardiology, Interventional and CT product lines and gained extensive international exposure. In 1999, she joined GE Capital in the US where she held several General Manager roles both for GE Capital Equipment Finance and GE HealthCare Financial Services Global Vendor division. In 2010, Catherine served as General Manager for the $1.4B Mid-America business unit in GE HealthCare US & Canada. In February 2013, her responsibilities were expanded to lead the Central Corridor $2.5B business unit. In 2017, she joined GE HealthCare Europe, to lead the Imaging business unit, before being appointed President & CEO of GE HealthCare Europe/Russia the same year. Her role is expanded in 2020 to lead Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA). In 2021, she is appointed as President & CEO of GE HealthCare US and Canada (USCAN).

Catherine earned an MBA from IAE Business School and graduated from Sciences Po, a leading Social Sciences university in France. She also holds an undergraduate degree in Foreign Languages.


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