Robin Mainor Named Camden Campus Star of the Quarter
Southeast Georgia Health System is pleased to announce that team member Robin Mainor has been named the latest Camden Campus Star of the Quarter. Each quarter, Health System team members nominate fellow team members for their above and beyond performance that exceeds the Health System’s standards of service excellence.
Robin was nominated for her compassion and constant willingness to help others. She recently went out of her way to assist a family of five who had been involved in an automobile accident during a trip from Pennsylvania to Florida. Fortunately, their injuries were minor, but damages to their car rendered it inoperable and it had to be towed. Being Sunday, the local rental car company was closed and the nearest open agency was in Jacksonville. At the end of her shift, Robin borrowed a fellow team member’s SUV, drove the family to the towing company to retrieve their belongings and then drove the family to Jacksonville where they were able to rent a car and be on their way.
“Robin exemplifies the Health System’s standards of service excellence on a daily basis,” says Howard W. Sepp Jr., FACHE, vice president/administrator, Camden Campus. “She always has a positive attitude and she is a worthy Star of the Quarter recipient.”
Robin joined the Health System in July 2007. She works in the Admissions department as a full time registrar. She lives in Woodbine, Ga., where she was born and raised, with her three children Justin, Brianna and Trinity. Robin’s hobbies include cooking, reading, and gardening.