Having sterile, organized, and ready-to-use surgical linens for your hospital or clinic is vital for its smooth functioning. Keeping that supply of surgical and patient gowns, towels, sheets, and equipment wrappers available is a task of great importance.
Choosing the right healthcare linen, laundry and apparel service provider is a decision with many frightening consequences. You want reliability, honesty, and quality service, but how can you ensure that’s what you’ll get?
Workers on the frontlines in the medical industry know the dangers associated with the job and the need for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) in all situations. The following are some helpful PPE guidelines your healthcare staff should be following:
Slip and fall accidents are a serious public health problem, especially in the healthcare industry. According to statistics, a large portion of slip and fall victims are hospital patients and residents of long-term care facilities. Slip and fall accidents cost upwards of hundreds of thousands of dollars. They can cause serious injuries, and even death.Details
Download Our Long-Term Care BookletRequest A Free Quote While some residential facilities use in-house laundries as a way to get the job done in a cost-effective way, the truth of the matter is that laundering costs are rising.Details
The U.S. is dealing with one of the most dramatic healthcare shortages in the history of the country. A new report from a global healthcare staffing consultancy found that U.S. medical facilities will need to hire over 2 million new healthcare workers in the next five years in order to keep up with demand, especially…Details
How clean are your medical linens, really? A study published in December 2018 by the Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America found that commercial laundering failed to remove Clostridium difficile spores from hospital bed sheets.Details