Medical office cleaning services in Tennessee

Cleaning in medical offices is distinguished by specific rules and methods because, even insignificant at first glance, pollution can serve as a source of dangerous pathogenic bacteria for patients. 

General cleaning of medical institutions is carried out by HiLo following infection control standards, which is crucial for your image and reputation and guarantees the safety and comfort of medical staff and patients.

Medical offices are facilities with an increased risk of infection, requiring special attention to cleanliness and hygiene.

HiLo Commercial Services is a team of professionals with many years of experience in medical cleaning, general cleaning of hospitals, and wet cleaning of hospitals in Tennessee.

Cleaning the premises of medical and preventive organizations is one of the links in the chain of sanitary – anti-epidemic measures aimed at preventing infection (infection with pathogenic flora, microorganisms). Cleaning in a medical institution is carried out to ensure preventive (anti-epidemic) measures, prevent the spread of diseases, comply with the sanitary and hygienic regime, and ensure an aesthetically acceptable appearance of the premises of the medical institution. At the same time, dirt, dust, and substrates of biological origin are cleaned and disinfected, the destruction of microorganisms that cause infectious diseases on the surfaces.

Benefits Of HiLo In Medical Offices Cleaning:

  1. New technologies in cleaning medical offices;
  2. High-quality service guarantee;
  3. Budget savings;
  4. Improving the image, reputation, and customer focus;
  5. Transfer of responsibility;
  6. We use apparatus cleaning and machine cleaning.

What does cleaning in Medical offices include?

Cleaning or Cleaning in Medical offices may include several stages.

  • Pre-cleaning. The purpose of cleaning is to remove the dust that has settled overnight. Cleaning is carried out before starting work. First, the room is inspected to identify accidental contamination. Then wipe the dust with a cloth moistened with a chloramine solution twice for 15 minutes from the surfaces of tables, appliances, and window sills. Lastly, wipe the floor with a resolution of chloramine.
  • Current cleaning. The purpose of cleaning is to eliminate any contamination of the premises during working hours. Used tools are removed and processed. The dressing material is disinfected before disposal by soaking in a chloramine solution for 1 hour. Oilcloths, aprons, furnishings, and the floor are wiped with a resolution of chloramine twice at an interval of 15 minutes.
  • Final cleaning. The purpose of cleaning is to ensure that the premises are always ready for work. Cleaning is carried out daily at the end of the working day in a wet way. First, the equipment and the state of readiness for the operation of all equipment are carefully checked, wiping it with a chloramine solution, then with a dry cloth. Furniture and patient care items are brushed with a resolution of chloramine twice at an interval of 15 minutes. They take out the garbage, wash the floor, and turn on a bactericidal lamp for 2 hours.

Spring-cleaning. A general cleaning schedule for security offices is drawn up, usually carried out once every 7-10 days.

Frequently Asked Questions

What products do you use while cleaning?

When cleaning hospitals and medical institutions, only hypoallergenic but effective cleaning and detergents approved for use in medicine are used.

What payment methods do you accept?

We accept non-cash and cash payment methods.

How fast do you clean?

Cleaning time depends on the size of the room.
The cleaning schedule of the medical facility is compiled individually for your medical office.

How much does it cost to clean a medical office?

The price of cleaning depends on the size of the room. We calculate and offer the most favorable and affordable prices.

States We Have Serviced So Far

Alabama (AL), Arkansas (AR), Georgia (GA), Kentucky (KY), North Carolina (NC), Mississippi (MS), Missouri (MO), Virginia (VA), South Carolina (SC), Tennessee (TN), Texas (TX)