Phenelle Segal nominated to 2013 Who’s Who in Infection Prevention

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Infection Control Consulting Services president Phenelle Segal, RN, CIC, has been nominated to the 2013 Who’s Who in Infection Prevention by Infection Control Today readers.

The 2013 Who’s Who in Infection Prevention list comprises outstanding individuals
who continue to work incredibly diligently to advance the Infection Prevention and Control agenda.


Phenelle has spent almost 30 years providing customized, comprehensive infection prevention and control services to healthcare facilities nationwide. Her services focus on HAI survillance and compliance with TJC, CMS and other accreditation agencies.

Phenelle is a key stakeholder and member of the task force for the Health and Human Services’ National Action Plan to prevent Healthcare-Associated Infections: Roadmap to Elimination. Recently, Phenelle was named an author of the new edition of APIC’s Guide to the Elimination of C. difficile. She also presented Practical Strategies to Control the Spread of C difficile in Healthcare at APIC;s 2013 Clostridium difficile Education and Consensus Conference.

Previously, Phenelle served as the hospital infection prevention lead analyst for the Pennsylvania Patient Safety Authority, helping develop the HAI mandatory reporting program.

- Nysha King, communications consultant, Infection Control Consulting Services

Phenelle Segal, RN, CIC, FAPIC

Phenelle Segal, RN, CIC, FAPIC, is the founder and president of Infection Control Consulting Services LLC (ICCS). Phenelle has more than 30 years' experience providing customized comprehensive infection control and prevention services to healthcare facilities nationwide. Her services focus on assisting hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, dental office and oral surgery practices, doctor's offices, nursing homes and other organizations with implementing and maintaining an infection control program that: complies with The Joint Commission, AAAHC, Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS) and other regulatory agencies; respond to situations of noncompliance; and improve the processes for reducing risk.