Hospital and Medical Duct Cleaning Services
Nosocomial infections are also known as health-care associated infections (HAIs). HAIs are infections patients acquire after being admitted to healthcare facilities. A Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study estimates that in 2011 more than 700,000 HAIs occurred in acute care hospitals in the US (of which about 75,000 patients with HAIs died during their hospitalization). Read the article here >>
Did you know that most hospitals have policies requiring ductwork cleaning after all remodels or HVAC system updates? This is especially critical when working in areas feeding surgery suites, ERs, etc. to remove all construction dust and hidden contaminants.
Are you aware of JCAHO (Joint Commission Accreditation Health Care Certification)? We help hospitals accomplish this through scheduled duct cleaning in surgery suites, open wound suites, ERs, etc. We can arrange to have this done in individual areas throughout the year. We have emergency response training to allow our staff to remove duct-cleaning equipment quickly from areas (i.e. ERs) in the case of large emergencies where all rooms are needed. We will work with your infectious control and housekeeping staff to make it work in the allotted time frames.
Call us today to discuss cleaning your medical facility's ductwork and interstitial spaces. It is something to be taken seriously and can save lives and thousands of dollars in medical expenses.
We do several hospitals throughout the Midwest on an annual basis where “open surgeries” take place and other areas of the hospital are often done every 3 years. We have the experience and expertise to do the job efficiently with minimal coordination from your staff. We will meet with your HVAC team, infectious control department and housekeeping staff to be sure the job is done with 100% success.
Pricing is based on the HVAC system setup and linear feet of ductwork. We will visit your site and also obtain blue prints if they are available to provide you with a cost proposal.
Work can be done after hours, holidays, weekends, etc. to allow you to schedule easily during times when scheduled surgeries are at a minimum.