Siemens Medical Solutions has issued 350 layoffs at its Malvern, Pa., headquarters, as part of the 16,750 company-wide job cuts announced by the company in early July.
Approximately 4,000 people are employed at Siemens’ U.S. headquarters.
Lance Longwell, a company spokesman, said that the layoffs in Malvern are in the health services business unit and the healthcare IT operations.
"This action is intended to better align resources to the company's strategic areas of focus and affects less than 10 percent of the work force," Longwell said.
"This does not impact the operations and business goals of the health services business unit and we remain committed to our customers and the community," Longwell said.
In July, Siemens said the cuts were being made in an effort to reduce total costs by $1.8 billion by 2010.