Suzanne Rhodenizer Rose RN BScN MHS CIC

Suzanne is currently the Director, Clinical Planning for the QEII New Generation Redevelopment Project, the largest infrastructure project of its kind in Atlantic Canada. Prior to her work in Nova Scotia Health, she held various roles at the Nova Scotia Department of Health & Wellness, including, acting Executive Director, Health System Quality; Director, Health System Quality and Infection Prevention and Control Nova Scotia; and provincial infection control consultant.  Before joining the department, she held infection control and nursing leadership roles with South Shore Health & has provided infection prevention and control leadership through SARS, H1N1, Ebola, and the COVID pandemic. Suzanne participated in the COVID response, leading the health authority’s strategy for N95 use, reprocessing & reuse.   She has published peer-reviewed articles and commentary on infection prevention and control in multiple publications and has contributed at various national and international infection prevention & control symposiums. As a Past President for IPAC Canada & a member of the National Advisory Committee for Infection Prevention & Control through the Public Health Agency of Canada, Suzanne continues to provide a strong voice for best practices in infection prevention & control and safe, high-quality patient care.  Her academic background includes a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from St. Francis Xavier University, Healthcare Leadership from McMaster University, a Master of Health Studies from Athabasca University and is board-certified in Infection Control & Epidemiology.

  • Company:Nova Scotia Health
  • Short Bio:Director, Clinical Planning QEII New Generation Redevelopment Project
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