PDI Clinical Team Spotlight:

Meet Holly Montejano

MS, CIC, CPHQ, VA-BC, Clinical Science Liaison, PDI Gulf Coast

Holly’s passion for infectious disease epidemiology developed during her undergraduate studies at University of Connecticut, where she studied biology and anthropology – and the profound impact of disease on people, public health and within healthcare systems. This passion led to a graduate program focused in infectious disease epidemiology and a post-graduate epidemic intelligence service (EIS) fellowship in public health, and a graduate certification in infection control at the University of South Florida.

After several years as a public health epidemiologist, Holly transitioned into infection prevention and healthcare epidemiology where she currently is part of a dynamic clinical affairs team, supporting the Gulf Coast region as a Clinical Science Liaison (CSL).


Certification Board of Infection Control (CBIC)- CIC
Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality (NAHQ)- CPHQ
Vascular Access- Board Certified (VA-BC)
Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt Certification
Prosci Change Management Certification

Education & Contact Information

University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT Bachelor of Science in Biology and Anthropology
Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO Master of Science in Environmental and Radiological Health Sciences (Epidemiology and Infectious Disease)
Email: Holly.Montejano@pdihc.com

Areas of Expertise

Microbiology and infectious disease transmission, Infection Prevention, Patient Safety and healthcare quality, Safety culture,Public Health, Vascular access, Environmental disinfection, Performance Improvement, Education

Why I love what I do

Infectious disease epidemiology – from both a biological and anthropological standpoint – have always been a passion of mine. Studying the effects of disease on populations (from a public health standpoint and from that of an Infection Preventionist) has fueled my interest in patient safety and quality outcomes initiatives. My work of providing clinical expertise and evidence-based guidance on infection prevention products (which are used in communities and healthcare systems daily) bolsters the satisfaction I experience in this role.

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