Creating a world where healthcare has no limits

Explore the art

Art—like health—is universal. It knows no language, no prejudice, no limits.

GE HealthCare is committed to helping patients along the continuum of care, where every patient and every product has a story to tell. We curated this art and innovation showcase to allow you to step into the shoes of our patients and the healthcare community we serve, enabling you to get closer to the many personal experiences that demonstrate the timeless connection between better health and better care. These original works of art feature patients we know—some of them are even our colleagues. We dedicate our work to the billions of patients and healthcare workers we serve around the world every year, and the billions more we will continue to serve, by delivering on our purpose to create a world where healthcare has no limits.
Patient: Bob Senzig

The ICU & the demand for critical patient care

The Intensive Care Unit (ICU) is a challenging environment. It has the most critical patients in the hospital, and there is continuous demand to increase staff efficiency and reduce costs. GE HealthCare offers solutions that take hospital technology to the next level by providing interconnected devices and systems like the CARESCAPE™ ONE monitor. As an ICU patient, Bob Senzig recognized a CT scanner that he helped to design as a GE HealthCare engineer. His story is paired with artist Daniel Wilson whose work seeks to explore the basics of the human condition.

Intensive Care

Patient care journey

Bob Senzig is a retired GE HealthCare engineer who spent 36 years designing CT machines. In 2020, Bob was on a plane to Los Cabos, Mexico when he started to feel ill. He was admitted to the hospital in November and remembers getting a CT scan “from a familiar face”— a device he helped design. He woke up in a hospital in Phoenix in mid-December having lost 65 pounds after being in a medically-induced coma to fight for his life against COVID-19. Today, he is alive and well and has resumed his favorite hobby, ballroom dancing.


Mortality rate in the ICU.¹

Paired with patient Bob Senzig

About the artist

Daniel Wilson is a multi media artist from Cambridge, UK who now lives and works in Chicago, USA. He paints and draws in acrylic, pen, marker, spray paint, ink as well as using his own photography in his work. His art looks at the hidden fabric behind the human condition, space and life; energy waves, atoms, thought, ideas, human connection.

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1. ICU Outcomes, UCSF Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies, Site access Nov 16.2020.