Infection Prevention and Control Lapse at Burlington medical clinic

An investigation by the Halton Region Health Department has identified that clients who received medical services from Dr. Joseph Korkis at the Ontario Institute of Facial Surgery located at 672 Brant St., Unit 405, in Burlington, may have been exposed to improperly cleaned instruments used for procedures. Improperly cleaned instruments carry a low risk of transmitting infectious diseases. Learn more about the Infection Prevention and Control Lapse at Burlington medical clinic.

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Infection Prevention and Control Lapse at Burlington medical clinic

December 14, 2017

An infection prevention and control inspection conducted by the Halton Region Health Department on December 4, 2017, identified that clients who have received medical services at the Ontario Institute for Facial Surgery operated by Dr. Joseph Ko ...