Fort Bend County, Texas
July 9, 2020
Infection Control Practitioner
About The Opportunity
The Infection Control Practitioner (ICP) is responsible for the active and passive surveillance and reporting of nosocomial infections, investigation of infection or clusters of infections as warranted, microbiological monitoring of the healthcare environment and remediation as warranted, targeted education, consultation, research, administration and continued professional development.
- Duties and Responsibilities:
- Analyze and distribute surveillance data to the Infection Control Committee and unit-specific and service-specific nosocomial infection reports to the Epidemiological Staff. Provide facility-specific in-person on-site audits and infection control training as assigned. Provide lists of infection rates to Epidemiological department chairs for review and analysis regarding clinical practice. Monitor trends in unusual or resistant organisms (community acquired or nosocomial) for evidence of spread to other patients, visitors or employees. Coordinate with the local public health agencies and/or the State Bureau of Community Health and Prevention of reportable diseases in collaboration with Epidemiology Team as well as other duties and tasks as assigned by manager.
Please Contact me to discuss the hiring process!
Sr. Executive Recruiter
Contact: (310) 929-8421 Ext: 104
Hi! My name is Sumit Gupta. I treat all my consultants in a manner that they feel comfortable while working with me on any position they are applying for. Although, the motive is to find the best match for my consultants. But I make sure that I suggest them the right job matching their profile and work history by interacting with them in detail and follow-up with them at each and every level of the hiring process.