St. Mary's Regional Medical Center, a 229-bed hospital located in Enid, OK and founded in 1915, proudly serves the residents of Northwest Oklahoma with progressive and comprehensive healthcare services. Patients receive the care they need from a highly-skilled healthcare team that has been recognized for their quality care. St. Mary's Regional Medical Center is a subsidiary of, Universal Health Services Inc. (UHS), one of the nation's largest and most respected healthcare management companies.
St. Mary's Regional Medical Center provides comprehensive medical and surgical services including progressive cardiac services; emergency services with a 24-hour trauma center; dedicated women's center with a fully accredited Women's Imaging Center; Joint Replacement Institute; comprehensive inpatient Rehabilitation Institute that is CARF accredited; Wound Care Center; Laboratory accredited by CAP and AABB.
The Clinical Systems Analyst is responsible for the support, implementation and maintenance of Clinical Information Systems and data resources relative to the clinical departments throughout the medical center. Performs routine system maintenance activities to ensure high availability of clinical applications. Performs upgrades of applications along with making minor adaptations and modifications to standard techniques, procedures and criteria. The Clinical Systems Analyst is responsible for the training of new users on various clinical applications. This position will lead small clinical projects as assigned in the delivery and support of Clinical Information System solutions at St. Mary's Regional Medical Center. Prepares and submits reports, makes recommendations to management in regards to clinical information systems throughout the medical center. Assists in the development of departmental policies and procedures. Accountable for the integrity of Clinical Information systems throughout the medical center. This position rotates call with other members of the Information Systems department.
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