Macbeth Torno is a registered nurse at the Mayo Clinic, where she is a member of the Anticoagulation Clinic Staff. Since 1983 Macbeth has been serving the Arizona community through the field of nursing in a variety of roles, including medical, surgical, and pediatrics at Phoenix Memorial Hospital; outpatient surgery, and pre and post procedure at Banner Good Samaritan Hospital; and as a staff member and preceptor in PRE-PACU, as well as the Relief Team Lead at the Mayo Clinic.
Macbeth was born and raised in the Philippines, where she received her Bachelors in nursing from Sto. Tomas, and her Masters in Educational Management from Angeles University Foundation. While working on her Masters she worked as a nurse on the Medical Surgical Floor at Sto Tomas; where she was appointed as clinical instructor. After receiving her Masters in Education Macbeth became the Head Nurse/Educator at the Angeles Medical Center, and eventually the Clinical Instructor III and Clinical Coordinator in 1973. In 1980, due to rising conflict in the Philippines and with help from her sister and brother in-law Macbeth was able to relocate to United States to seek a better life for her family.
For her outstanding work in both the Philippines and the United States, Macbeth has been the recipient of several awards including “Outstanding Chapter President,” “Float Pool Nurse of the Year,” “Nurse of the Year in Community Service,” and the “Spirit of Mother Teresa, Acts of Caring Award.” Many of her awards are for the community service Macbeth loves to participate in, such as LION, Feeding the Homeless, Medical Reclamation, and MOM, to name a few.
Macbeth currently resides in Phoenix, Arizona with her husband Ricardo Torno. They has two sons: Ritchie Matthew and Raymond Mark, and one grandson: Jordan Michael.