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Infection Prevention for Ambulatory Surgery Centers Training


Infection Prevention for Ambulatory Surgery Centers


In 2009, there were two healthcare-associated outbreaks within ambulatory surgery centers in West Virginia due to insufficient infection control practices. In order to prevent future outbreaks, West Virginia Bureau for Public Health, Department of Health and Human Resources has partnered with the Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology, Inc. (APIC) to provide infection prevention training available to healthcare workers who work in ASC settings at no cost to the attendee.

Join your colleagues on October 27 - 28 in Charleston, West Virginia for the most comprehensive infection prevention training course for healthcare professionals working in ASCs.  Infection Prevention for Ambulatory Surgery Centers: Meeting CMS Conditions for Coverage is the most complete infection prevention training course for healthcare professionals working in ambulatory surgery centers.


  • Learn from expert presenters certified in infection control (CIC)
  • Hear insights from experts from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC), who will share details of what surveyors are looking for in infection control practices (APIC trains CMS surveyors)
  • Receive a Certificate of Completion for attending
  • More than 700 healthcare professionals from ASCs around the country have already participated in this course


Don't miss this opportunity

This is the ONLY COMPLIMENTARY course offering for ASCs in West Virginia!


Visit www.apic.org/WVASC to register online or to download the registration form. 

SPACE IS LIMTED AND SEATS WILL BE FILLED ON A FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE BASIS.  Registration for this course is limited and we expect this course to fill quickly. In order to reserve your space we recommend completing your registration as soon as possible.



Please contact APIC if you have questions at education@apic.org or 202-789-1890.

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