Health Care Cleaning is Equally Important at Urgent Care

Urgent care cleaning in an emergency room operation setting.

Just like hospitals, urgent care centers need to maintain the highest level of cleaning to help prevent the spread of possible healthcare associated infections. With a proper cleaning plan in place, you can greatly reduce possible contamination. With a few tips on urgent care cleaning, hold your facility to the same standards as any hospital.

Every urgent care facility is different, but the priorities should be the same. Different rooms serve different purposes, and that will affect the unique cleaning plan to your building. Start in “cleaner” areas like an office before moving into “dirtier” spaces like a bathroom or exam room. This method will reduce the spread of harmful bacteria.

You should also put a strong focus should also on high-touch surfaces. Areas like countertops, door handles or restrooms will have a higher frequency of human contact, and bacteria is most likely to be found on these surfaces. 

Cleaning the typical surfaces is one way to stop cross contamination, but there are other ways to limit that. For instance, using a cleaning cloth in a dirty area should be decommissioned immediately. Using a microfiber mop or towel can reduce the spread of bacteria, but fellow the same method of not using it in over one area.

Sanitizing surfaces is understandably important, but not the only way to prevent the spread of bacteria. Airborne threats exist in nearly all healthcare facilities and properly disposing hazardous material is a great way to cut back on those risks. 

Trying to handle the cleaning of your urgent care facility takes a lot of resources and manpower, so don’t be afraid to call in for some extra assistance. Progressive Building Services specializes in healthcare cleaning, and that is not just limited to hospitals or medical offices. Progressive Building Services healthcare cleaning efforts ensures proper disinfecting and best practices that exceed the toughest healthcare cleaning standards and regulations.

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