Occupational Medicine Service
Rachel Leibu, MD, MBA, MS
Medical Director Occupational Medicine Service
Atlantic Health System
Implementation of a bloodborne pathogen exposure control plan requires input from multiple departments within a hospital. What specific department at your hospital or across your organization is the driver/leader for your bloodborne pathogen exposure control plan?
Is it Environmental Health and Safety, Infection Prevention, Occupational Health or another department?
Nancy Gemeinhart, RN, MHA, CIC
Director, BJC Occupational Health Services and Workers Compensation
8300 Eager Road, Ste. 400-A
St. Louis, MO 63144
Cell: (314) 856-3986
Fax: (314) 286-0475
Assist: Stacey Friedel at firstname.lastname@example.org
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