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Infection Preventions Solutions

Updated on Wednesday, 11 March 2015, 1270 views

Infection Prevention Solutions was formed in response to the requirements of the health and social care sector enabling those service providers without in-house comprehensive Infection Control training, to meet the statutory requirements of both the Department of Health and Care Quality Commission relating to Infection Prevention and Control standards. The company provides a unique pro-active specialist Infection Control service training service for all sectors in health care. Somerset LMC have negotiated a Price for Primary care to engage their services if required please see

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