The work affects more than one million people. For medical teams and their patients, we guarantee that millions of square feet of sanitary facilities, laboratories, operating rooms, waiting rooms, boardrooms, offices, meeting rooms and outdoor patios are clean and ready for a day (or a night) of productive work.
Understanding the unique needs of training, medical evaluations and regulatory compliance is critical when attending health care facilities. It works daily in the healthcare space, including patient areas, around sensitive equipment, with hazardous and biological materials and more.
COMMITMENT TO CARE
The importance of having clean and well-maintained facilities and equipment is important for all companies; for health service providers, what is at stake is exponential. Few outside the industry understand the direct connection between the quality of commercial cleaning.
The general experience of the patient, which includes the quality of care provided, the general cost of care and the prevention of infections acquired in the hospital (or facility) (HAI), is related to the cleaning partner that he selects.
Important operational considerations, including "lap time" to clean and disinfect equipment, the assurance that cleaning processes and standards meet (and, even better, exceed) industry certification requirements and more, are also linked .
The bottom line?
There are a number of factors, some known and others in constant change, at the intersection of healthcare and commercial cleaning.