Additional factors to consider while designing an attractive and safe medical office include the following:
- Smell - Clean should have no odour, and strong chemical smells might aggravate respiratory problems.
- Cleaning Products - Commercial cleaning products may be detrimental to the health of your office personnel and patients and should be assessed for safety measures and replaced when feasible and suitable with environmentally friendly or EPA Safer Choice products.
- Elevator and vending machine buttons are well-documented bacterial hotspots and should be cleansed and disinfected on a regular basis.
- Air - Your office's air flow should be pleasant and clean in order to maintain a high level of productivity among your team and to preserve the health of your patients. Maintain clean ducts and filter your HVAC system with medical-grade HEPA filters.
- Hand Sanitizer - Nothing helps prevent the transmission of germs more than clean hands, which is why it is critical to have hand sanitizer readily accessible to all employees and visitors in plainly visible and identifiable areas.
The cleanliness and appearance of your medical office have a direct influence on your business's profitability and the health of your patients and workers.
Maintaining, training, and equipping an in-house cleaning service may be costly and time intensive, even more so considering the high turnover rate.
Outsourcing to an experienced and devoted team of service providers is a time-tested strategy for cleaning and maintaining your property cost-effectively.
If you'd like to take advantage of our janitorial service providers' time-tested and proven medical office cleaning approach, or if you'd like to schedule a free, no-obligation onsite walkthrough and assessment of your facility, contact us today for a free quote!