Infection Control


Infection prevention and control is key to keeping your patients safe and ensuring a healthy and safe work environment for your staff. Our infection control program is specifically designed to help to help reduce the risk of patient and employee infection in your medical or dental practice.

More specifically, Medicare is inspecting Ambulatory Surgical Centers in all states and will require documentation on infection control training and a designated coordinator. Our Infection Control program provides the documentation you need to ensure compliance. Additionally, North Carolina requires every location to have a written Infection Control Program and a person who oversees the process on-site that has completed a state certified program (SPICE)(0206). South Carolina requires all practices providing sedation to have an Infection Control Program and trained personnel.

Our Infection Control programs are approved by the Statewide Program for Infection Control and Epidemiology (SPICE) and meets the North Carolina Infection Control training requirement.

Keep both your patients and employees safe. Our Infection control education programs provide the necessary training on infection prevention and management. We provide the following Infection Control programs:

In-office Infection Control Program

  • Facility audit, employee interviews on practices, and observation of procedures.
  • Written report of the findings and recommendations.
  • Written Infection Control Plan and outline for customizing for your practice.
  • Ongoing customer support for one year.

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Infection Control (Outpatient Facilities) Webinar

  • Webinar training provided in two three-hour sessions, one week apart.
  • Review pertinent laws concerning Infection Control
  • Discuss basic principles of epidemiology, disinfection, and sterilization.
  • Explain techniques to reduce the spread of infection.
  • Describe an effective infection control program.

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Infection Control Dental (SPICE) Webinar

  • Webinar training provided in two three-hour sessions, one week apart.
  • Recognize pertinent laws concerning Infection Control.
  • Discuss basic principles of epidemiology, disinfection, and sterilization.
  • Discuss management of medical waste from an OSHA and disposal perspective.
  • Describe protective attire and barrier techniques.
  • Describe engineering/work practice controls to reduce the risk of “sharp” injuries.

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Dental Practices: Infection Prevention Practices Video

For additional infection control information, watch this video on infection prevention in dental settings for a review of the CDC document. Watch the video here