Medical Office 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 a healthcare facility, your cleaning needs are remarkably more complex 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 industry as well as a basic understanding of your compliance requirements as a minimum. Our experienced OctoClean technicians know OSHA, CDC and other industry regulations inside and out so they can keep your facility up to code.
OctoClean has earned a trusted reputation by providing top notch results. Our franchisees own their business and are dedicated to their trade. Each franchise owner is highly trained in the regulations within the healthcare industry to prevent the spread of Healthcare Acquired Infections (HAIs).
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.
FAQs About Medical Office Cleaning
Most germs that cause serious infections in healthcare are spread by people’s actions. Hand hygiene is a great way to prevent infections. Preventing the spread of germs through proper handwashing is especially important in hospitals and other facilities such as dialysis centers and nursing homes.
Healthcare-associated infections (HAIs)–infections patients can get while receiving medical treatment in a healthcare facility–are a major, yet often preventable, threat to patient safety. According to the CDC, about one in 25 hospital patients has at least one healthcare-associated infection.
There can be many factors that contribute to bedsores. Inadequate hydration or nutrition, lack of mobility due to injury, age or other condition, excessive moisture next to the patients skin and pressure points created by any bony protrudence such as the tailbone or heel or a combination of these factors.
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…