Surgery Centers

Infection Control: Surgery centers are high-risk environments for infections due to the presence of bacteria and viruses. Regular cleaning and disinfection of surfaces and equipment can help prevent the spread of germs and viruses, protecting patients and staff from illness.

Compliance with Regulations: Surgery centers are subject to strict regulations and standards related to cleanliness and infection control. Regular cleaning can help ensure compliance with these regulations and minimize the risk of fines or penalties for non-compliance.

Maintaining Patient Confidence: A clean and well-maintained facility can help maintain patient confidence in the quality of care provided. Patients expect surgery centers to be clean. A dirty or cluttered environment can lead to negative perceptions of the quality of care provided.

Safety: Surgery centers have specific safety concerns, such as the proper handling and disposal of hazardous materials, that require specialized cleaning techniques. Regular cleaning can help maintain a safe environment for patients and staff.

Long-Term Cost Savings: Regular cleaning and maintenance of surgical equipment can help extend the lifespan of the equipment, reducing the need for costly repairs or replacements. This can help save money in the long term and ensure that the surgery center can continue to provide high-quality care to patients

*STAFF IS OSHA CERTIFIED IN BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS*

*No Removal of Biohazard Waste*

  • Beds
  • Counters
  • Equipment
  • Instrument Stands
  • Kick Buckets& Waxing
  • Equipment
  • Monitors
  • Table & Arm/Leg Board
  • Overhead Lights
  • Standing Stools
  • Stripping & Waxing
  • Tables
  • Safety Straps