George Sarkis joined American Medical Response in 1999, as a software developer. He would soon demonstrate a vast knowledge of software development and play an integral role in the success of AMR‘s technologies. He has 18 years of experience in software development and enterprise solutions architecture, 16 of which has been in developing and architecting solutions in the healthcare industry. Prior to AMR, he helped design and develop a platform for the international oil drilling companies to convert their paper forms to electronic in 1997 and in 1998 he helped develop a handheld application for the Los Angeles Times.
His contributions to AMR include developing the first version of the Electronic Patient Care Record Program in 2000 and would go on to create a second version. Once completed, he began designing and building applications across AMR operations, clinical services and billing services. In 2009 he was promoted to Software Development Manager and successfully led a team to develop the third and fourth generations of AMR’s ePCR program. Sarkis was again promoted in 2010 to Director of Software. He went on to architect and develop for all of Envision Healthcare’s companies. Sarkis continues to be a key role in the development of innovative technology within the healthcare industry.