Day Surgery/Outpatient Center Cleaning
Healthcare facilities require intense cleaning and sanitation to prevent the spread of germs from infecting others. In many cases, Healthcare Acquired Infections (HAIs) are easily preventable with proper infection control procedures that include medical office cleaning services from an experienced commercial cleaning company. At OctoClean, our highly trained franchisees can help protect your patients, your employees and other visitors by making sure that your entire medical office is properly cleaned and sanitized. And since we understand that you may not want the cleaning crew in the office when patients are there, we will work with you to schedule the best time for this important task.
As an outpatient surgery facility, your cleaning needs are exceptionally more involved than general cleaning and needs to include more services than just emptying trash cans, wiping down counters and vacuuming. The right janitorial services company should already have experience servicing your specific industry as well as a basic understanding of your compliance requirements as a minimum. Our professional OctoClean technicians know OSHA, CDC and other industry regulations inside and out so they can keep your facility up to code.
At OctoClean, we take great pride in what we do. We can create a biweekly, weekly, or monthly housekeeping schedule of your medical office or hospital based on your facility’s unique needs. The OctoClean Program uses hospital-grade cleaning products and rigorous cleaning protocols defined specifically for dialysis centers according to current industry standards and best practices. Each OctoClean Franchise Business Owner is extensively trained to deliver a consistent thorough cleaning. Reception areas, front desk, patient rooms, offices, restrooms, windows and floors all help to create a lasting impression. Our attention to detail can make a world of difference for your patients, staff and other visitors.
At OctoClean, we take great pride in what we do. We can create a biweekly, weekly, or monthly housekeeping schedule of your medical office or hospital based on your facility’s unique needs.
A day porter is responsible for making sure your building looks professional, clean, presentable and inviting at all times, but especially between routine cleaning and maintenance activities. A day porter will operate discreetly to ensure everything is taken care of to your standards and will not interfere with your company’s daily activities.
Simple straightening up like picking up pieces of paper, wiping your mirrors, dusting your cabinets, and emptying the trash should be done on a daily basis. Several times per day in high traffic restrooms. High touch areas such as door handles, toilet seats, urinals, faucets and sinks, flushing levers, counters, partitions and soap, and paper dispensers should also be wiped down daily. Deep cleaning can be done once or twice per week as needed.
Leave the blinds in the open position and run a microfiber blind duster or microfiber cloth along them from top to bottom.Work from top to bottom so that any dust that falls while cleaning blinds will be removed as you make your way to the lowest level. Next, turn the tilt wand until the blinds are closed with the convex side towards you. Dust this side from top to bottom. Vacuum up any dust that has fallen.
In 1991 Charles and Yvonne Stowe looked for a business that would provide challenge, growth and opportunity. They founded Service Pros, an employee-run janitorial company. Today we are known as OctoClean.
We are a commercial cleaning business with a difference. Our franchise owners are trained, motivated and energetic to make a difference for your business, knowing your satisfaction is the key to their success. Continue reading…