FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
THE ROMAN HEALTHCARE GROUP PLACES VIVIAN STERLING AT HEALTH CENTRAL HOSPITAL
CHATTANOOGA, DECEMBER 5, 2019 — The Roman Healthcare Group, LLC, the number one Infection Prevention and Healthcare Quality recruitment firm in America, is pleased to announce the placement of Vivian Sterling, MPH, BNS, BS, CIC, RN, CPH, as an Interim Infection Preventionist at Health Central Hospital in Orlando, FL.
Vivian is a masters-prepared, board certified Infection Prevention nurse with more than six years in the field. She has experience with Infection Control Performance Improvement initiatives, Infection Control Risk Assessment for Construction and Renovation, and Annual and Biannual Environment of Care Rounds on all clinical and non-clinical areas in the facility.
Roman’s search team was led by Greg Musto, CEO and Infection Prevention practice leader.
ABOUT HEALTH CENTRAL HOSPITAL
Health Central is a 171-bed hospital in Ocoee, Florida. In April 2012, Orlando Health acquired Health Central for $181.3 million.
Originally named the West Orange Memorial Hospital in Winter Garden Florida, this hospital opened its doors in 1952. In 1993, West Orange Memorial Hospital closed and re-emerged as Health Central on the current 80-acre campus in Ocoee.
ABOUT THE ROMAN HEALTHCARE GROUP
The Roman Healthcare Group understands how many organizations struggle to fill Healthcare Quality and Infection Prevention openings, so they have developed an efficient, relationship-based search and match process that uncovers qualified and interested individuals to fill those critical openings, enabling hospitals to provide the best patient care by restoring the highest quality staff possible.
The Roman Healthcare Group is the nation’s leading search firm which specializes exclusively in Infection Prevention and Healthcare Quality recruitment. Founded in 2008, Roman has utilized its unique process to streamline the search process for difficult-to-find candidates for hundreds of hospitals nationwide, both for permanent placements and interim assignments.