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Imperial County Antimicrobial Resistance (AR) Prevention Collaborative

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Hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, and clinics have teamed up with the Imperial County Department of Public Health and the California Department of Public Health Healthcare-Associated Infections Program to promote appropriate antibiotic prescribing in all healthcare settings.

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Resources for
Patients and Families​

 

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Resources for
Healthcare Providers​ ​

  • Adherence Monitoring Tools

    How do you know if your facility is complying with best practices if you do not assess daily practice? Regular adherence monitoring allows a facility to evaluate strengths and gaps in care. The CDPH HAI Program adherence monitoring page provides a variety of free tools that outpatient facilities can use to improve infection prevention practices.
    Tools available include:

    • Environmental Services (Housekeeping)
    • Hand Hygiene
    • Blood Glucose Monitoring
    • Infection Safety
    • Hemodialysis 
    • Central Line Adherence Monitoring
    • Device Reprocessing

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Collaborative Resources​​

  • ​Project Plan and Timeline

    Next in-person meeting:
    Thursday, February 7, 2019
    8:30-12:30PM
    Imperial County Public Health Department
    935 Broadway, El Centro, California

    Get on the distribution list! Email HAIPorgram@cdph.ca.gov

  • Assessment tools (coming soon!)

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