HICC Committee

Sr. No.DesignationDepartmentName
1ChairmanMedical SuperintendentDr. lndira Parmar
2Member Secretaryprofessor of MicrobiologyDr. Anant Marathe
3MemberAssistant professor of
community medicine
Dr. Geetika Madan
Patel
4MemberAssistant professor of
Microbiology
Dr. Soeb Jankhwala
5MemberAssistant professor of
Pathology
Dr. Nisarg
6In-charge OTIncharge BrotherMr. Chirag Rohit
7RMODr. Krupa Waghela
8Assistant Nursing
Superintendent
Mr. Pratik
9lnfection control
Nurse
Mrs. Bissymol Philip
10ln-charge CSSDMrs. Kinjal Christian
11Head of Sanitary
staff
Mr. Nainesh Patel

Roles and Responsibilities of HICC:

  • The HICC meeting will be scheduled every month to review the data and decide about any changes needed.
  • The HICC will supervise the implementation of the hospital infection control programme.
  • To ensure the proper conduct of sterilization and disinfection practices.
  • Ensure that the Bio Medical waste management is being carried out.
  • Conduct Internal Surveillance of Hospital acquired infections.
  • Develop and implement preventive and corrective programmes in specific situations
    where infection hazards exist.
  • Advice the Medical officers on matters related to the proper use of antibiotics, to develop antibiotic policies and to recommend remedial measures when antibiotic resistant strains are detected.
  • Review and update hospital infection control procedures from time to time.
  • Help provide employee training regarding matters related to hospital acquired infections.
  • The Hospital infection control committee Review Meetings should be held every month.
  • To act on recommendations related to infection control, received from the administration, departments, services and other hospital committees.
  • To analyze and interpret data arising out of surveillance and reporting to recommend
    remedial measures and to ensure follow up action.

Responsibility of infection control nurse

  • Infection control nurse must have full knowledge of infection control practices & activities.
  • she takes daily round of hospital & check with ward sister or resident doctor about any
    suspected case of hospital acquired infection.
  • If suspected patient HAI, sample is collected 7 dispatched.
  • such samples are marked separately & result is collected earliest.
  • Maintain record & statistics of such cases
  • Look for infection among staff
  • Training & supervision of nursing & paramedical staff in infection control practices & a septic technique.
  • One nurse & daily round usually able to check the bio medical waste disposal & general environmental sanitation that’s why it is necesary to make different tools to identify nosocomial infection.