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CHRISTUS Health is Now Re-Hiring for Christus Health Rn Infection Preventionist

Christus Health

This is a Contract position in Ivy Del Mobile Home Park, CA posted July 17, 2020.

Christus Health Rn Infection Preventionist – CHRISTUS HealthJob DescriptionDescription The RN Infection Preventionist is responsible for monitoring and performance of infection surveillance, prevention, control, and reporting activities for assigned hospital facilities and outpatient services in the Infection Control and Prevention (ICP) Department at CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Health System in accordance with applicable directives. Included in these independent functions are data collection, interpretation, evaluation and problem identification, coordination of analysis, decision making regarding priorities for intervention, implementation of corrective action, and evaluation and reporting of resolution. This also includes serving as primary resource person for patient care and related support areas to assist with evaluation and resolution of issues related to infection control and prevention. The RN Infection Preventionist is an active member of assigned Infection Control Committee(s) in addition to identified committees related to quality and safety (patient care, environment, healthcare workers, etc.) and maintains a current level of knowledge in infection prevention, control, surveillance, and reporting. Requirements Education : BSN required. College level course (minimum 3 semester hours) or CEU approved program in Microbiology required. Experience : Minimum of three years experience required in a health care setting. License, Registrations, Certifications: Current RN licensure in state of Texas for RN IP required. Board Certified in Infection Prevention and Control (CIC) is preferred.