Bette Casey, Miki Gould Certified in Infection Control
Bette Casey Miki Gould
ThedaCare infection prevention practitioners Bette Casey and Miki Gould, have earned the Certified in Infection Control (CIC) credential and has demonstrated a mastery of infection control and knowledge by taking and passing the CIC exam. Certification lasts for five years.
The Certification Board of Infection Control and Epidemiology Inc. administers the CIC exam. The purpose of the certification process is to protect the public by providing standardized measurement of basic knowledge needed for people practicing infection control; encouraging personal growth and study; and formally recognizing infection prevention and control professionals who fulfill the requirements for certification. Casey and Gould join about 5,000 people worldwide who carry the CIC certification.
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