Dan Morgan
VP, R&D, Visualization Business Unit


"I’m proud to be a part of the Verathon journey. Each day involves collaborating with extraordinary teams of talented and committed people living Verathon’s core values and dedicated to providing exceptional solutions for improving patient outcomes. It doesn’t get better than that anywhere."

As Vice President of Research & Development, Dan leads innovation and product development for the Visualization business. The R&D teams are chartered to enable the business to achieve its goals through new product generation, life cycle management, and technical expertise. Dan is passionate about building great engineering teams that model the Verathon 7 values to create a sustainable, competitive advantage for Verathon with best-in-class product development.

Dan joined Verathon in 2019 with more than 30 years of global leadership experience in engineering management and product development. He most recently served as Senior Director of Engineering of the Time Domain Business Unit with Tektronix/Fortive. Prior to joining Tektronix, Dan held senior engineering leadership positions with Serveron and Welch Allyn Protocol. Dan has a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Arizona and a Masters of Engineering degree in Engineering Management from the University of Idaho.

What do you enjoy the most about being part of the Verathon team?
I’m fortunate to work with an amazing group of colleagues every day. We partner regularly to solve tough problems yet do it in way that we have fun too. It’s inspiring to see the impact a committed team of leaders can have as we continue to build Verathon together.

What are you most excited about for Verathon’s future?
Verathon has a strong foundation in place for sustained growth. Our people and culture are central to enabling us to achieve this growth through strong, focused execution as well as our commitment to continuous improvement and quality. We have a tremendous opportunity in front of us.

How would you describe the perfect weekend?
Enjoying all that the Pacific Northwest has to offer… This starts with early morning walks with my wife, followed by tending to our garden and a round (or two) of golf. Evenings would include time with family and friends grilling salmon on the patio and trying out new local wines.