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Kentucky State Regional Infection Prevention and Epidemiology (K-STRIPE) Program

K-STRIPE Committee

The Kentucky State Regional Infection Prevention and Epidemiology (K-STRIPE) committee is a group of professionals from different health care fields dedicated to preventing healthcare-associated infections. These professionals volunteer their time and expertise to create collaborative prevention efforts across the state. 

The following groups, organizations, or individual representatives particpate in the K-STRIPE Committee:

  • Kentucky Department for Public Health
  • Kentucky Hospital Association 
  • Infection Preventionists from three local KY chapters of the Association of Professionals in Infection Prevention, Control and Epidemiology 
  • Infectious Disease Board Certified Physicians
  • Health Care Excel of Kentucky (Kentucky QIO for CMS)
  • Kentucky State Lab
  • Kentucky Association of Health Care Facilities
  • Kentucky Association of Homes and Services for the Aging
  • Renal Network
  • Friedell Committee
  • University of Kentucky College of Public Health
  • University of KY Office for Rural Health
  • University of Louisville School Public Health and Information Sciencies
  • Local Health Department Director
  • Regional Epidemiologist in Kentucky
  • Pharmacist
  • Ambulatory Surgery Center Infection Preventionist
  • Insurance Third-Party Payor - Humana
  • Kentucky Office Inspector General (non-voting member)
K-STRIPE Mission Statement

To promote a safe health care environment for Kentuckians by reducing Healthcare-Associated Infections through evidence-based prevention activities.


Last Updated 8/21/2012