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Jackie Mason

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Coshocton County Memorial Hospital

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Coshocton County Memorial Hospital

1460 Orange Street

Coshocton, Ohio,43812

United States

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About Coshocton County Memorial Hospital: Coshocton County Memorial Hospital is a 56-bed hospital in Coshocton, Ohio, providing 24-hour emergency and acute care services with a network of hospital-based physician clinics serving Coshocton and surrounding count...more

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www.coshoctontribune.com

Jackie Mason, RN and president of the Coshocton Hospital Registered Nurses Association, said there are 100 nurses on the hospital staff and 15 were nominated this year.
When the nurses voted for who they wanted to receive the honor, Mason said Fitch and her longevity stood out above the others, along with her dedication to the hospital and staff. "OB staff a lot of times has to float and she not only works on OB, but when they're low census they have to work on fourth floor ... and be other helping hands helping everybody else," Mason said. Mason said the hospital's nurses are top quality. "I think the nurses who work at Coshocton Hospital are very dedicated to the hospital and the community," she said. The following are Coshocton Hospital's Nurse of the Year recipients since the late 1980s when tea receptions were first held: Joan Patterson, Bea Shaw, Elizabeth Eick, Cleta Walls, Donna Croy, Sue Newhouse, Linda Kennedy, Melissa Green, Margaret Smart, Joann Hannah, Gwinn Miller, Jackie Miller, Stella Emler, Vicki Ketchell, Mary Ann Armstrong, JoAnn Clements, Teresa Darr, Gail Ridenbaugh, Sheryl Frontz, Marilyn Copenhaver, Ed Smith, Jackie Mason, Andrea Simms, Maria Goodwill and Susan Fitch.


www.coshoctontribune.com

Jackie Mason, RN and president of the Coshocton Hospital Registered Nurses Association, said there are 100 nurses on the hospital staff and 15 were nominated this year.
When the nurses voted for who they wanted to receive the honor, Mason said Fitch and her longevity stood out above the others, along with her dedication to the hospital and staff. "OB staff a lot of times has to float and she not only works on OB, but when they're low census they have to work on fourth floor ... and be other helping hands helping everybody else," Mason said. Mason said the hospital's nurses are top quality. "I think the nurses who work at Coshocton Hospital are very dedicated to the hospital and the community," she said. The following are Coshocton Hospital's Nurse of the Year recipients since the late 1980s when tea receptions were first held: Joan Patterson, Bea Shaw, Elizabeth Eick, Cleta Walls, Donna Croy, Sue Newhouse, Linda Kennedy, Melissa Green, Margaret Smart, Joann Hannah, Gwinn Miller, Jackie Miller, Stella Emler, Vicki Ketchell, Mary Ann Armstrong, JoAnn Clements, Teresa Darr, Gail Ridenbaugh, Sheryl Frontz, Marilyn Copenhaver, Ed Smith, Jackie Mason, Andrea Simms, Maria Goodwill and Susan Fitch.


www.coshoctontribune.com

Jackie Mason, registered nurse and president of the Coshocton Hospital Registered Nurse Association, said usually nominees have to meet several criteria such as being an RN and keeping up with patients and their families.
"Everybody always meets the first five so this year I wanted to change it a little," Mason said. "I asked (the nominators) why they felt the person should be nominated, and people wrote what they felt. The nominating and voting was done by the nominees' peers." Mason said about a dozen nominees were presented on a ballot every RN had the chance to see and weigh in on. Ballots contained comments written by a staff nominator attesting to the nominees' abilities, work ethic and other winning traits. Smith said Nancy Wells alerted him she would be nominating him; she wrote about Smith's other efforts outside the hospital including church work and being a foster-care provider. "It tells how community-oriented he is," Mason said. "He gets a $200 check, a $500 check, and the nurse's association usually spends about $120 to $130 on decorations and food, but he told the hospital he wants to donate all that money (a little more than $800) to New Life Ministries," Mason said.


www.coshoctontribune.com

Jackie Mason, registered nurse and president of the Coshocton Hospital Registered Nurse Association, said usually nominees have to meet several criteria such as being an RN and keeping up with patients and their families.
"Everybody always meets the first five so this year I wanted to change it a little," Mason said. "I asked (the nominators) why they felt the person should be nominated, and people wrote what they felt. The nominating and voting was done by the nominees' peers." Mason said about a dozen nominees were presented on a ballot every RN had the chance to see and weigh in on. Ballots contained comments written by a staff nominator attesting to the nominees' abilities, work ethic and other winning traits. Smith said Nancy Wells alerted him she would be nominating him; she wrote about Smith's other efforts outside the hospital including church work and being a foster-care provider. "It tells how community-oriented he is," Mason said. "He gets a $200 check, a $500 check, and the nurse's association usually spends about $120 to $130 on decorations and food, but he told the hospital he wants to donate all that money (a little more than $800) to New Life Ministries," Mason said.


www.coshoctontribune.com

Jackie Mason, registered nurse and president of the Coshocton Hospital Registered Nurse Association, said usually nominees have to meet several criteria such as being an RN and keeping up with patients and their families.
"Everybody always meets the first five so this year I wanted to change it a little," Mason said. "I asked (the nominators) why they felt the person should be nominated, and people wrote what they felt. The nominating and voting was done by the nominees' peers." Mason said about a dozen nominees were presented on a ballot every RN had the chance to see and weigh in on. Ballots contained comments written by a staff nominator attesting to the nominees' abilities, work ethic and other winning traits. Smith said Nancy Wells alerted him she would be nominating him; she wrote about Smith's other efforts outside the hospital including church work and being a foster-care provider. "It tells how community-oriented he is," Mason said. "He gets a $200 check, a $500 check, and the nurse's association usually spends about $120 to $130 on decorations and food, but he told the hospital he wants to donate all that money (a little more than $800) to New Life Ministries," Mason said.


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