Healthcare facilities must deal with infectious diseases every day in the course of treating patients. Unfortunately, almost 1.7 million people catch infections after visiting a healthcare facility. Even worse, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that of these people, almost 10,000 cases result in death. As scary as these statistics are, it’s possible to prevent some of these illnesses.
One effective way to fight infectious disease is with professional healthcare cleaning services. Medical cleaning services are designed to safely sanitize a hospital or other medical facility. Cleaning Concept Service’s staff has comprehensive training to provide hospital-cleaning services for all types of healthcare facilities located in the Tri-state area.
What Is Included in Our Healthcare Facility Cleaning Service?
Healthcare cleaning services will include comprehensive cleaning at either the basic or deep-cleaning level. Cleaning Concepts, a leader among hospital cleaning companies serving both commercial businesses and Offices Buildings, for a free quote on either of these options.
Hospital-cleaning services are vitally important for the overall health of the population. Patients often have open wounds in areas with a high level of pathogens. This combination of factors can lead to dangerous infections and other types of complications that affect overall patient health. The Cleaning Concept's Service team has the expertise and knowledge necessary to remove pathogens and leave examination rooms clean and sanitary for patients. Our team will assess every room to clean with special care. This cleaning involves professional disposal of hazards such as medical syringes and bodily waste. The cleaning team will also sterilize examination rooms.
Medical Office Cleaning
Medical offices must also maintain a clean environment. Physicians who see patients all day in examination rooms also spend time in their offices. Medical professionals who touch office surfaces such as desks, light switches, and chairs also examine patients. Of course, doctors wash their hands repeatedly throughout the day, but it’s virtually impossible to take too many precautions in the fight against infection. Additionally, doctors who work in a sanitary environment may stay healthier, which can reduce absences due to illness.