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Director of Case Management and Infection Prevention

Mizell Memorial Hospital


Director of Nursing Operations and Case Management

Mizell Memorial Hospital


Director Case Management

Infection Control


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Mizell Memorial Hospital : Phone Directory

www.mizellmh.com [cached]

Marsha Seppala, Director Case Management, Infection Control


www.andalusiastarnews.com

The same can be said at Opp's Mizell Memorial Hospital, where Marsha Seppala, MMH's director of case management and infection prevention, said the first of the year started out relatively slow for positive flu cases.
"We were almost hopeful things were going to pass us by, but we weren't so lucky," Seppala said. "In February, we had seven positive cases that came through the lab and since the start of March, we've had four." Seppala said Opp's cases are "type A flu," in which "99 percent of the cases are H1N1." "The thing about type A flu is that it doesn't seem to follow a 'season' per se," she said. Seppala also reminded residents to be mindful of their surroundings when shopping. "You don't think about when you go to the grocery store about touching the things that people have been touching," she said.


Spike In H1N1 In Texas and Alabama Raises Concerns

www.recombinomics.com [cached]

The same can be said at Opp's Mizell Memorial Hospital, where Marsha Seppala, MMH's director of case management and infection prevention, said the first of the year started out relatively slow for positive flu cases.


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