LAS VEGAS – Francine Lincer has joined the Nevada Health Care Association (NVHCA) Perry Foundation as director of compliance and education, where she will be in charge of crafting educational programs for the foundation, including facilitation of all educational workshops and webinars.
“Her dedication to infection prevention, regulatory compliance management, and her passion for educating Nevada healthcare professionals makes her a valuable component to the Perry Foundation, said Robert Kidd, foundation president. “She will be building upon our already established compliance-based offerings and make them into useful tools that will improve the quality skilled nursing facilities and post-acute care.”
Lincer received her degree in nursing from the University of Northern Colorado and her graduate degree in nursing from UCLA. Francine also has her Certification in Infection Control from the Certification Board of Infection Control and Epidemiology.
About the Nevada Health Care Association
The Nevada Health Care Association (NVHCA), a member of the American Health Care Association, is a non-profit organization established in 1974 as the Nevada Association of Health Facilities. Its mission is to provide leadership and support and to advocate for its members while working with them to improve the quality of care in Nevada’s skilled nursing and related facilities. For more information, visit: nvhca.org.