Saint Francis names Pamela Manor, MSN, RN, as Clinical and Nursing Information Officer

 Pamela Manor, MSN, RN(Hartford, Conn. December 4, 2012) – Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center has promoted Pamela Manor, MSN, R.N, of Hamden, to the position of Clinical and Nursing Information Officer (CNIO).

In this newly created position, Mrs. Manor will expand her role in the implementation of the Hospital’s new integrated clinical information system. She will provide operational leadership in the design, development, transformation and integration of the new clinical systems.  She will serve as the nursing champion for the project, and will serve as the key interface between the implementation team and the clinical operational departments. 

“Pam has been an integral part of the implementation and upgrading of our clinical information systems,” said Rebecca Burke, RN, MS, NEA-BC, Senior Vice President, Patient Care and Clinical Services/Chief Nursing Officer. “She has more than 15 years of experience in clinical information and more than 21 years of critical care nursing experience, giving her the ideal background to take on the challenge of ensuring that our electronic medical record system will meet the needs of both the clinical staff and our patients.” 

Mrs. Manor joined Saint Francis in 2011, and has collaborated with clinical directors and managers to improve documentation for clinicians; standardize documentation and ordering processes; and integrate evidence-based benchmarks into all aspects of clinical informatics. 

About Saint Francis 
Saint Francis Care is an integrated healthcare delivery system established by Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center, an anchor institution in north central Connecticut since 1897.  Licensed for 617 beds and 65 bassinets, it is a major teaching hospital and the largest Catholic hospital in New England.  Other major entities of Saint Francis Care include The Mount Sinai Rehabilitation Hospital, the Connecticut Joint Replacement Institute, the Hoffman Heart and Vascular Institute of Connecticut, the Saint Francis/Mount Sinai Regional Cancer Center, and the Joyce D. and Andrew J. Mandell Center for Comprehensive Multiple Sclerosis Care and Neuroscience Research.Its services are supported by a network of five major Access Centers and eight additional medical office centers sited throughout the region. For more information, visit