FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
THE ROMAN HEALTHCARE GROUP PLACES DAWN PAGE AT MELBOURNE REGIONAL
CHATTANOOGA, JANUARY 13, 2020 — The Roman Healthcare Group, LLC, the number one Infection Prevention and Healthcare Quality recruitment firm in America, is pleased to announce the placement of Dawn Page, BS, MT (ASCP), CIC, as an Infection Control Practitioner at Melbourne Regional Hospital in Melbourne, FL.
Dawn has been working in healthcare for over 30 years and has earned a Six Sigma Green Belt. She is certified in infection control and has been the sole preventionist at a new 64 bed hospital in Florida. She built the infection prevention program there and built the NHSH platform. This position will be her third infection prevention position. She started working in infection prevention in 1988 and hasn’t looked back.
Roman’s search team was led by Greg Musto, CEO and Infection Prevention practice leader.
ABOUT MELBOURNE REGIONAL
Melbourne Regional is a part of Steward Health Care, the nation’s largest physician-owned and physician-led health care network. The hospital opened in 2002 and is unique inside and out. The 119-bed hospital has been designed for patient comfort and satisfaction and has been fully accredited by the Joint Commission.
The hospital was recently awarded a Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade “A”. This rating demonstrates the focus they put on their patients.
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.