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At a Glance


“Exciting and fulfilling work.”

“Great teams, strong leadership, and client-focused.”

“Our clients and the opportunities in GE.”


“Being part of a large corporate and the inflexibility that brings.”

“Long hours.”

“Weak management of client expectations.”

About GE Healthcare, Europe

As the advisory and activation arm of GE Healthcare, we believe clients need something distinctly different – the extensive platform and resources of a $17B global technology leader backed by 100+ years as a trusted industry partner. GE Healthcare Partners converts aspirations to reality through combining innovation with large scale activation to capture and sustain maximum value.

The GE Healthcare Partners Difference

We work with our customers to solve some of the biggest problems in the industry, through a combination of our advisory services and technologies. We are passionate about activation, going far beyond just the identification or the assessment of problems.

We collaborate deeply with our customers to design long-term sustainable solutions, and then we help them implement those solutions, such that they achieve a new way of operating. The power of GE Healthcare Partners is the combination of technology plus our advisory services to drive outcomes. That is what makes us different. We so passionately care about having a meaningful opportunity to drive change with our expertise in this industry.

GE Healthcare, Europe

500 West Monroe
Floor 21
Chicago, IL 60661
Phone: (312) 775-1700

Firm Stats

Employer Type: Subsidiary
Stock Symbol: GE
Stock Exchange: NYSE
CEO: Laurent Dubois

Major Office Locations

London, England

Major Departments & Practices

Integrated Delivery Systems
Population Health Strategies
Physician Group Strategies
Service Line Strategies
Clinical Operations/Transformation
Command Center and Predictive Analytics
Care Management
Capacity Strategy
Care Redesign
Patient Flow
Human Capital Value Chain
Productivity and Staffing
Management/Leadership Systems
Talent Acquisition
Performance Management
Financial Performance
Revenue Cycle
Financial Operations/Value Modeling
Health System Integration
Service Line Optimization