When It Has to be Absolutely Clean

From the moment they walk in, patients judge the cleanliness of your practice with their eyes and their noses. In fact, 77% said they wouldn’t return to a healthcare facility that had dirty restrooms. Today, reputation hinges on patient care, patient safety and patient satisfaction. The Spickety Span Cleaning Services Program works in partnership with healthcare professionals to provide medical cleaning services that kill and remove the germs that can lead to odors and infections, creating a microbiologically safer environment that looks and smells cleaner.
Apply cleaning to infection control
Professional cleaning and proper surface disinfection are an important part of your infection control plan. The Spickety Span Cleaning Services Program uses hospital-grade disinfectants and advanced cleaning protocols to help reduce disease transmission and cross-contamination. Spickety Span Cleaning Services are trained to deliver a consistent, high quality cleaning program for medical environments.
Make a healthy impression
A professionally cleaned medical facility has a direct impact on your reputation and patient impressions. When patients enter your healthcare facility, sit in the waiting room and use the restroom, they quickly judge cleanliness with their eyes and nose. A clean environment can help patients feel more comfortable when receiving medical care.
Set the standard for cleanliness
Your facility uses state-of-the-art equipment. So do Spickety Span Cleaning Services. The Spickety Span Cleaning Services Program uses the most advanced disinfectant chemistry on the market to help kill germs and eliminate odors, and commercial cleaning protocols designed for clinical environments.
Cleaning Healthcare Facilities
Professional janitorial cleaning services can help support or defeat your infection control plan. If your medical cleaning company is slopping dirty water around with string mops, the chances for cross-contamination are much higher. But, if you partner with a cleaning service that is serious about infection control, then you can be assured thorough cleaning procedures are in place in support of your medical outcomes.
  • Connection between infection control and professional cleaning
  • Coverall Program built on AORN and CDC recommendations
  • Complement your staff’s disinfection and cleaning protocols