Amanda Trino, RN, is Jackson Hospital’s February Employee of the Month


For Immediate Release

Contact:  Amy Milton



Amanda Trino, RN,  is Jackson Hospital’s February Employee of the Month


April 23, 2018 Marianna, FL -  Case Management’s Utilization Review Specialist, Amanda Trino, is awarded Jackson Hospital’s Employee of the Month for February 2018.  


During the February luncheon, Hospital CEO Jim Platt expressed thanks on behalf of the Board of Trustees, Administration, and employees, indicating the number of great things achieved during the month.  He said, “Our biggest strength is our staff and culture providing excellent care to patients.”


Amanda was named February Employee of the Month for jumping into action to supplement nursing staff in the Progressive Care Unit.  Amanda, who is a Registered Nurse with 22 years of experience, put on her scrubs and hit the floor. She is an employee who goes above and beyond to assist her fellow employees and to provide excellent patient care in her assigned department of Case Management and in other areas of the hospital when she is needed.


When named Employee of the Month, Amanda said, “I am honored to receive the award.  I felt as if I was just doing my job.”


 Amanda joined Jackson Hospital in 2001.  She is a tenured, dedicated employee of the Hospital serving in the Progressive Care and Special Care Units as a Charge Nurse and Director.  She is currently working in the Case Management Department in Utilization Review.  Amanda states, “I love working with the patients of Jackson Hospital.”


Jackson Hospital’s customer service ideals are outlined in its program called “Give ‘em the Pickle.”  The Hospital’s customized program with video titled “What’s your Pickle?” with Bob Farrell, produced by Media Partners™, is implemented by Chief Nursing Officer Robbin Catt Pumphrey.  


Patients, visitors, and colleagues submit nominations of staff from whom they received superior customer service.  Each month a “Pickle” luncheon is held to recognize the top nominees.  During the exclusive celebration with Administration, each participant is served a specially prepared meal by members of the Hospital’s Employee Leadership Council. 


Jackson Hospital is proud to recognize Amanda Trino, and thanks her along with every employee, volunteer, and Medical Staff member for providing high-quality, leading-edge healthcare service.  Each day Jackson Hospital moves closer to reaching its vision of “being the best community healthcare system in the nation.”


With its top-ranked customer service, high quality and safe patient care, the hospital is forward-thinking in its services, recently launched a brand new service with its Cardiopulmoary Rehabilitation.  The hospital, located at 4250 Hospital Drive, Marianna, FL, has 31 physicians on its active Medial Staff.  For information on hospital services, visit  To find a physician, please call Rachel Toliver at (850) 718-2629.


About Jackson Hospital

Across the Board from the Florida Hospital Association at its Quality and Patient Safety Summit in October 2016.  Jackson Hospital's recognition is due to its success meeting the Partnership for Patients' goals in at least 80% of the applicable topic areas, reducing patient harm and readmissions and making the FHA Hospital Engagement Network so successful.  Statewide, the FHA estimates that hospitals in the HEN prevented 5,283 cases of harm, avoiding $28.7 million in health care costs. 


Before that award, designation as iVantage’s Top 100 Rural & Community Hospital.  The hospital, one of only 1,043 of more than 3,300 eligible, was recently recognized as part of The Joint Commission’s 2015 annual report “America’s Hospitals:  Improving Quality and Safety,” for attaining and sustaining excellence in accountability measure performance for Heart Failure, Pneumonia, Surgical Care, Immunization, and Perinatal Care.  The March of Dimes and American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists recognize Jackson Hospital as the first hospital in Florida’s panhandle for achieving an early elective delivery rate less than 5%.  The hospital was also recently designated by Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association as a Blue Distinctive Center+ for Maternity Care designation, a new designation under the Blue Distinction Specialty Care Program. / / Growing Healthier@jacksonhospfl








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