Infection Control and Prevention Education for all sectors of Health Care.

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The demand for healthcare professionals to have a sound knowledge of infection prevention and control is increasing. With long hours and busy schedules, staff members struggle to keep up simply because the time they have to devote to ongoing education is so limited.

Infection Control and Prevention Education

Recognizing these are legitimate issues, Infection Control Consulting Services (ICCS) has developed programs with various options to educate and update your staff on the latest practices, new and changing regulations and much more.

ICCS has conducted  100's of educational programs in various formats to all sectors of health care including nursing homes, ambulatory surgery facilities, outpatient departments, psychiatric hospitals, private dental and physician offices and more.

We also provide on-going support through email or telephone to help answer questions you may have when you bring this information back to your facility and begin to implement.

You can contact us for a “no charge” initial consultation. We would be happy to discuss your needs and provide you with a cost effective approach to enhancing your control and prevention of infection educational needs.

Please contact ICCS at 215-692-3485, email or by filling out the form on my contact us page on our website.

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.