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The devastating effect of the COVID pandemic on senior care residents and staff has significantly changed the day-to-day operations of long-term facilities.

Drastic measures to prevent and control the continued spread of COVID have become paramount. As a result, Infection Preventionists are in high-demand and are quickly becoming key members of the interdisciplinary team caring for our senior population.

At MedBest, we have a network of Infection Preventionists. They are Registered Nurses with backgrounds in clinical practice, epidemiology, and basic microbiology and subsequently, pass an exam to become certified by the Certification Board of Infection Control and Epidemiology.

With the need for increased safety, prevention, and protection for staff and residents, the role of Infection Preventionists will only continue to grow and expand and we're here to help!

We offer two recruiting packages for Infection Preventionists:  MedBest Advantage  and MedBest Premium to meet your requirements and needs.

Contact our team for details at info@medbest.com / 727-526-1294.

Infection Preventionist Recruiters

The role of an Infection Preventionist includes, but is not limited to:

  • Keeping abreast of and providing on-going updates and education related to pandemics
  • Following policies and practice related to suspected infections, those transmitted by air droplets or airborne
  • Designing & maintaining a system customized to each facility to track prevention, measure, and monitor active infections/incidence
  • Contact precaution and limited transport of residents with known or suspected infections that can be transmitted through contact
  • Ensuring all healthcare providers within facility have supplies and personal protective equipment needed and dispose of them properly
  • Educating staff on how to prevent transmission to each other
  • Monitor cleanliness of rooms and any equipment used on patients including ventilators
  • Ensuring residents have adequate supply of masks to wear as needed

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