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Every type of facility must adhere to certain cleanliness standards and healthcare facilities most of all. Healthcare institutions like hospitals process and retain countless individuals, many of whom harbor transmissible diseases and/or are susceptible to further illness from others and their surrounding environment. It’s imperative, then, that these facilities constantly remain clean and sanitary for the benefit of all patients, staff, and visitors. Let’s go over how to make sure your hosp...

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Healthcare facilities across the board must manage a multitude of operational tasks, patient concerns, and staff needs, all while remaining compliant with crucial regulations. And after a year as tumultuous for the health sector as 2020, these facilities need more attention than ever. With so many priorities in play, every healthcare facility requires an adaptive and reliable maintenance team and strategy. Let’s detail the many points of concern that facility management teams must address each...

If consistent cleanliness matters for any facility, it’s healthcare facilities. This isn’t to say that maintaining sanitary surfaces isn’t important for other entities, of course. When it comes to clinics, hospitals, and other similar environments, maintaining the health and safety of all patients, employees, and guests is paramount and sometimes more challenging than it is in other places. As such, there are numerous cleaning guidelines for healthcare facilities that must be followed. Flo...

It’s not a competition, but there’s no denying that the events of 2020 hit healthcare workers harder than most. Attempts to “flatten the curve” of the COVID-19 pandemic were mostly successful in preventing hospitals from exceeding capacity. Still, the prolonged and novel nature of this development nevertheless pushed the healthcare industry to its limit. Fortunately, the highly effective vaccines that came to light at the end of 2020 will help bring this pandemic to an end and allow life...

Healthcare facilities are designed to improve the lives and health of patients. That said, these facilities are, by their very nature, riddled with germs, some of which can be highly contagious. As such, nurses, doctors, and other staff members must do their best to steer clear of infections while still providing the best possible care for their patients. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), healthcare providers might be required to wash their hands up to 100 times ...

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