Public Health nurses to begin making visits
Public Health nurses to begin making visits

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NC Regional Prevention Support Teams

Public Health nurses have begun making community visits

Regional Prevention Support (RPS) teams have been established to assist LTCFs with infection prevention practices by conducting site visits to identify and address infection control gaps and provide education. These visits are collaborative, not regulatory or punitive, and the goal is to focus on quality improvement and patient safety to ensure your facility is doing everything it can to protect residents and staff from COVID-19. Your RPS team may send a letter or call to introduce themselves and discuss the program. Please take advantage of this great opportunity to work with infection control experts and help protect everyone at your facility.

They are supposed to be informational in nature and are supposed to be scheduled with the community in advance.

 
 

Sincerely,
North Carolina Assisted Living Association


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