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46657077EbolaEbola Update: Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo, July 2019
46656978CCN AnnouncementExcessive Heat July 18-21, 2019
46656977STISTD Update Course for Clinicians August 28, 2019
46656782CCN AnnouncementMosquito Surveillance and Control Program
46656877AnnouncementTesting the Waters: Waterborne Pathogen Prevention and Control in Healthcare Facilities Conference!
46656780VFCVFC News Bulletin July 9, 2019
46656779Environmental HazardsLead and Drinking Water, 2019
46656682Infectious DiseaseIDPH Health Alert - Vector-borne Diseases on the Rise Nationwide
46656581VFCVFC News Bulletin July 2, 2019: Changes to the CHIP Vaccine Distribution
46656681Infectious DiseaseNotice on Ophthalmology Equipment Disinfection Practices
Inter-facility Infection Control Transfer Form Inter-facility Infection Control Transfer Form

An inter-facility infection prevention transfer form has been developed as part of a regional effort to improve communication between acute and long-term healthcare facilities. The purpose of the form is to convey information about a patient’s isolation precautions and the reason for their implementation to the receiving facility. The sending facility should record current infection and colonization information. The form is not intended to be a comprehensive documentation of microbiologic history and does not replace review of medical records and communication between care providers. 

Please fill out this form and send it with all patients being transferred between facilities, regardless of whether or not they require isolation.

Please click here for the form.

Questions or feedback about the form may be addressed by the CDPH HAI Unit: cdphhaiar@cityofchicago.org

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