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Founded in 1974 and headquartered in Stockholm, Elekta’s mission is to develop solutions for treating cancer and brain disorders that help clinicians deliver effective, efficient, and personalized care for every patient treated. Elekta’s innovative equipment and software are used to improve, prolong, and save more than 1.5 million lives per year in more than 120 countries. Our advanced, effective solutions are designed in collaboration with customers, and according to US News & World Report’s annual hospital rankings, each of the best 50 cancer hospitals in the US relies on Elekta’s hardware, software, or both.

With North American headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, and facilities in St. Charles, Henderson, Sunnyvale, and Washington DC, nearly 1 000 of the company’s 4 600 employees are spread throughout the US. Elekta is a proud employer of veterans and active as well as reserve-duty military personnel, with 80% of engineering and technical positions held by US veterans.

Additionally, Elekta’s Atlanta office is home to a technical training facility that draws more than 300 visitors from around the world to attend cancer care–specific educational and training programs each year.

Larry Biscotti oversees Elekta’s North and Central American operations as the executive vice president of North and Central America region. Larry first joined Elekta in 2018 as the senior vice president of sales for the US, Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean, before being promoted to his current role. He is proud to be leading a team of impact-driven and passionate individuals who continue to push the boundaries of radiation therapy to improve access to high-quality cancer care regionally and globally every day.

Elekta is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm.

US states we’re located in: Georgia, California, Nevada, and Missouri; and Washington DC

Company Website: elekta.com
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