ASC Infection Control Expert Phenelle Segal Named Woman Leader to Know

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Infection Control Consulting Services President Phenelle Segal, RN, CIC, has been recognized as a woman leader in the ambulatory surgery center (ASC) industry to know by Becker's ASC Review.

Becker's ASC Review is one of the leading ASC publications. It features business, legal and clinical guidance on outpatient surgery.

Phenelle is recognized as a leader in the ASC industry because of her work as an ASC infection control consultant and expert. She regularly speaks at ASC conferences, including the recent Florida Society of Ambulatory Surgical Centers (FSASC) Quality and Risk Management Conference and the upcoming ASCA 2015, where she will speak on "Infection Control: Confronting New and Existing Challenges during Surveys and Daily Practice" from 3:15pm–4:15pm on Thursday, May 14.      

Phenelle's bio in the Becker's ASC Review column reads as follows:

Phenelle Segal, RN, CIC, is the founder, owner and president of Infection Control Consulting Services. She earned her nursing degree from the B.G. Alexander School of Nursing and has more than 30 years of experience in the infection prevention and control industry. Prior to starting Infection Control Consulting Services, she served as an infection control manager at Bryn Mawr Rehab Hospital in Malvern, Pa., and as the director of infection control at Robert F. Kennedy Medical Center Los Angeles for 14 years.

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.