Manager, Infection Prevention
Memorial Hermann Health System
Jocelyn Thomas, MPH, CIC, LSSGB is the Manager of Infection Prevention for the Memorial Hermann Health System. In her current role she oversees a team of 13 Infection Preventionists: 4 facility-based IPs and 9 Surveillance IPs who are responsible for all healthcare-associated infection surveillance for the 15 Memorial Hermann hospitals.
Her primary focus is in acute care, with diverse experience in critical care, endoscopy, medical/surgical, and orthopedics. Furthermore, she has extensive experience in surveillance, regulatory reporting, and strategic planning. She believes that better patient outcomes can be achieved by truly investing in a multidisciplinary approach that takes into account the clinician, the patient, the data, and evidence-based innovation.
Jocelyn holds a Masters of Public Health in Epidemiology from the UT Health Science Center Houston School of Public Health and an undergraduate degree from Howard Payne University. In her spare time, Jocelyn enjoys singing, traveling, and cheering on the Houston Rockets.
Friday, June 14
2:45 PM – 3:45 PM