Shuttered clinic that infected 30 patients didn't handle injections properly, official says

WALL TWP. – Investigators found that a medical facility that closed its doors earlier this month after at least 30 patients received infections was not handling injections properly, an official said. 

The Osteo Relief Institute located on Route 34 in Wall Township voluntarily closed March 7 after patients contracted various bacterial infections from injections to their knees, Monmouth County Health Officer David A. Henry said on Sunday.

Henry said investigators with the State Department of Health and Monmouth County Regional Health Commission went into the clinic on Monday and found several breaches of injection control, including employees not washing their hands …read more

Source: NJ.com Monmouth

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