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Infection Control / Employee Health Coordinator in Hollywood at Southern California Hospitals

Date Posted: 2/7/2019

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Job Description

Infection Control/Employee Health Coordinator

We are hospitals and affiliated medical groups, working closely together for the benefit of every person who comes to us for care. We build comprehensive networks of quality healthcare services that are designed to offer our patients highly coordinated, personalized care and help them live healthier lives. Through collaboration, we strive to provide all of our patients and medical group members with the quality, affordable healthcare they need and deserve.

The Infection Control/Employee Health Coordinator assists the Infection Control Director in monitoring and investigates known or suspected hospital and community acquired cases of infections, in order to determine the source and take steps to control and prevent further infections. 

Job Responsibilities/Duties

  • Assists in reviewing sterilization and disinfection techniques and recommends changes as needed.
  • Assists in providing related education to staff.
  • Familiar with a variety of the field's concepts, practices and procedures.
  • Relies on extensive experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals.
  • May lead and direct the work of others.
  • A wide degree of creativity and latitude is expected. Reports to Infection Control Director. 
  • Assists the Infection Control Director in coordinating, planning, directing and evaluating policies and procedure to control and prevent infection throughout Southern California Hospital at Culver City. Assists in conducting regular rounds in all hospital department to monitor and follow infection control practices with staff personnel.
  • Collects data on nosocomial infections from all hospital departments and helps maintain records of each case. Assists the director in conducting continuous surveillance to detect the source of infection for prevention purposes.
  • Helps prepare and participate and assist in the organization of regularly scheduled hospital infection control meetings.                                                                                             
  • Prepares monthly statistical data for presentation in the hospital infection control meetings.                   ​


Minimum Education: LVN, RN or BSN degree in Nursing and/or certification as a CLS specializing in Microbiology and/or an MPH from an accredited School of Public Health; preferred.

Minimum Experience: One (1) year acute care experience in Nursing or in Microbiology in an acute care setting; preferred. One (1) year experience as an Infection Control Coordinator; preferred.

Req. Certification/Licensure: Current licensure as a Licensed Vocational Nurse or Registered Nurse or Clinical Laboratory Scientist from the State of California or degree MPH in Infectious Disease Epidemiology or degree in Science from an accredited School preferred.

Employee Value Proposition

Prospect Medical Holdings, Inc., is guided by a diverse and highly experienced leadership core. This group maintains the vision that has made Prospect a needed difference-maker in the lives of so many patients today, and many executives contribute to our continued efforts. As a member of our highly effective team of professionals you will receive:

  • Company 401K
  • Medical, dental, vision insurance
  • Paid time-off
  • Life insurance

How to Apply

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We are an Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Employer and do not discriminate against applicants due to veteran status, disability, race, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation or other protected characteristics. If you need special accommodation for the application process, please contact Human Resources.

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Keywords: Infection Control And Prevention  Coordinator, Public Health,  Disease Control, CDC.