Intregris Promotes Two to Vice Presidential Status

By Davis, KirLee | THE JOURNAL RECORD, July 29, 1998 | Go to article overview

Intregris Promotes Two to Vice Presidential Status


Davis, KirLee, THE JOURNAL RECORD


Integris Health has promoted two veterans to vice presidencies at Southwest Medical Center.

* Hallie Ennis, who has been with Integris or its subsidiaries since 1966, will continue as the administrative director of the oncology and emergency service lines for Baptist and Southwest medical centers through Integris Oncology Services.

Ennis has served Integris as director of surgical services and ambulatory services. Outside that organization, she has presided over the national nursing organizations ASPAN, ABPANC and the National Federation of Nursing.

* Chris Hammes, a six-year Southwest employee, will oversee daily operations at the acute-care hospital as well as support for Integris Jim Thorpe Rehabilitation Hospital.

Hammes, who has overseen radiology services at both Baptist and Southwest, was named assistant vice president at the 4401 S. Western Ave. hospital in 1996.

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Peyton Jackson is the new laboratory manager at Deaconess Hospital. The retired Air Force veteran with an MBA from Midwestern State University will oversee staffing, coordinating budgets, lab operations and communications.

University Physicians Medical Group has hired two directors.

* Greg Clifford, the new information systems director, came to UPMG from Guaranty Bank and Trust, where he had served as vice president of technology. The Oklahoma Baptist University graduate also had served as controller of Oklahoma Insurance Associates.

* Steven D. Jantz, the development and marketing director, had served Mercy Health System of Oklahoma as its physician recruiter and interim director of operations. Before that, the University of Dallas grad had directed market management and physician recruitment for Harris Methodist Health of Arlington, Texas.

Dr. Elliott R. Schwartz of Integris has received board certification in sleep medicine, making him the state's only physician of osteopathic medicine -- and only the second doctor in the state -- to hold this distinction.

Midwest Medical Group's Bowling Green clinic has added Dr. V. Joseph Fiorazo to its lineup. The University of Virginia grad specializes in work-related injuries, offering evaluation and treatment, independent medical examinations and impairment ratings.

Dr. Paul L. Tennery has joined the staff of Mercy Health Chandler, serving alongside Dr. Wendell Richards. Tennery, with degrees from the University of Central Oklahoma and University of Oklahoma, has interests in adult and pediatric care, early prenatal care and preventive medicine.

Michael E. Jones is the new grants manager/planner for the Oklahoma Developmental Disabilities Council.

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