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DescriptionSummary:Assumes responsibility for and provides guidance to the hospital-wide infection prevention control program. Serves as a resource on infection risk assessment, surveillance prevention and control strategies. Utilizes epidemiology principles to monitor the delivery of patient care and investigate potential outbreaks of infection. Maintains knowledge of external regulatory standards related to infection surveillance, prevention and control. Ensures policies and procedures meet regulation standards.Requirements: Â·Bachelor's Degree in healthcare related field of study preferred Â·Demonstrates interest in field of infection control of epidemiology and OSHA sta
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