Eagle Health, LLC, a Cape Fox Corporation (CFC) subsidiary, shines a spotlight on an employee who excels. Ann Trout worksat Eagle Health under the U.S. Army’s Telemedicine & Advanced Technology Research Center’s (TATRC) contract. In November, Ann received the TATRC Director’s Coin for her support to the Medical Modeling, Simulation, Informatics and Visualization (MMSIV) Lab. This is a high honor and Eagle Health is proud to also recognize Ann for her hard work, dedication, and commitment to the mission of the contract. Her work has stood out and garnered her praise and recognition from the customer and executives at Eagle Health. The Cape Fox Tinàa Award for Employee Excellence is presented to employees who stand out for their dedication, performance, dependability, productivity, and attitude. Ann has exemplified this, and we are proud to have her as part of the Eagle Health team.
TATRC is part of the U.S. Army Medical Research and Development Command. TATRC performs essential medical research focused on advanced medical technologies and is dedicated to bringing innovative telehealth solutions to the Warfighter and the Military Health System. TATRC plays a leading role in the advancement of military medicine.
Ann Trout serves as an Administrative Assistant on the TATRC contract. She helped with the creation of a SIM Lab schedule. A Sim Lab is a healthcare simulation as part of the Medical Modeling, Simulation, Informatics and Visualization (MMSIV) Division. It is dedicated to studying technology’s impact on casualty care in the military using high-fidelity simulation. Ann set up the SIM Lab schedule which included trainings for all visitors and the PC 22 testing of the Army Medics. Ann then entered all the data from the PC 22 medics testing and scenarios into the Pass/Fail Database, maintaining all records. Ann also provided assistance in the MMSIV lab with the team during the scenarios to help keep the data collection operating.
Ann’s Team Lead, Dawn Petruzzello, recently remarked that “Ann provided exceptional administrative support to the MMSIV team during simulation scenarios, data collection, and much more!”
Ann was recently coined by a TATRC Director. Being “coined” in the military is a time honored tradition proving that the person receiving the coin has exceeded performance expectations. Ann has done just that and was recognized for her efforts. She stands out for her industrious, dedicated, positive attitude and we are delighted to also honor her with a Cape Fox Tinàa Award for Employee Excellence. Everyone at Eagle Health is honored to have Ann as part of the Cape Fox Team. Thank you!