MPMC -Infection Control Yearly Statement
Infection Control Statement 2023
An annual infection control statement is generated each year by MPMC Manor Park Medical Centre
- Any infection transmission incidents and actions taken (these will be reported in accordance with our Significant Event procedure)
- The annual infection control audit summary and actions undertaken
- Control risk assessments undertaken
- Details of staff training (both as part of induction and annual training ) with regards to infection prevention & control
- Details of infection control advice to patients
- Any reviews and update of policies, procedures and guidelines
Manor Park Medical Centre Leads for Infection Prevention/Control (IPC) are Shahnaz Gill, Lead Practice Nurse and Bala Suseelan ANP.
Our IPC leads keep up to date with infection prevention & control practices and share necessary information with staff and patients throughout the year.
In the past year there have been no significant events as regards infection control.
An infection control yearly audit was undertaken in July 2023. As part of our recommendations we have ordered a new Large capacity Clinical Waste Bin.
Monthly cleaning, hand hygiene and IPC audits conducted for all staff and all staff have met the standards.
Regular risk assessments are undertaken to minimise the risk of infection and to ensure the safety of patients and staff.
Risk assessments include COSSHH assessment
- SELDEN TO66
- Selgene Ultra
Inflection control training for clinical staff and non-clinical staff is up-to-date. MPMC IPC leads and relevant clinical staff also attend regular IPC Champions training sessions offered by ICB.
As part of MPMC IPC policy our IPC leads regulary engage with practice staff to develop systems and processes that lead to sustainable and reliable improvements in applying infection prevention and control practices.
MPMC has suitably qualified infection prevention and control staff who can provide expert advice on applying infection prevention and control in all care settings and on individual risk assessments, ensuring action is taken as required.
As per NHS national and ICB guidance we have epidemiological/surveillance systems capable of distinguishing patient case(s) requiring investigation and control