Hospitals

We offer a variety of janitorial services to suit the needs of hospitals, nursing homes, medical practices, laboratories and other healthcare facilities. Each member of our hospital cleaning teams goes through OSHA training and blood-borne pathogen training to provide the highest level of sanitation.Our cleaning services are performed in full compliance with HIPPA, using two cleaning systems to prevent cross-contamination within a medical practice. We can also provide green cleaning solutions that help your facility maintain a cleaner environment without negatively affecting your indoor air quality.

Superior Cleaning & Janitorial’s hospital cleaners can clean every part of a healthcare facility, including patient rooms, offices, waiting areas, break rooms, eating facilities, and restrooms. From hospital housekeeping to deep cleaning, our team provides the commercial cleaning services needed to complement your hospital sanitation efforts.
Cleaning medical space offers it’s own set of challenges for the office administrator or property manager. Unfortunately many cleaning services are not familiar with the specifications associated with medical space cleaning and therefore try to take a one size fits all approach. Medical officeMedical cleaning space (MOB) is a more costly service then your typical building maintenance programs. When a general office space is cleaned there is a considerable amount of workspace, a few bathrooms in the common areas and a community kitchen. – See more at: http://www.gatorcleaningsolutions.com/cleaning-medical-office-space-mob-can-be-challenging/#sthash.HP7pJ965.dpuf

  • Surface Disinfection
  • Hospital Housekeeping & Janitorial Services
  • Waste Removal & Recycling
  • Rug & Carpet Cleaning
  • Commercial Floor Cleaning
  • Glass & Window Cleaning

Office space is typical and somewhat straightforward in the techniques used to get the space cleaned. With Medical space the areas to be cleaned can vary dramatically from one facility to the next and even within the same building. For example, a multi- specialty medical practice may have an outpatient procedure area, administrative offices, exam rooms and a lab. Each of those areas requires a different set of procedures and products. It is also important to take into consideration the patients that will be visiting the facility. The focus of cleaning may be approached differently in a pediatric office where the patients may spend time near or even on the floor then patients in a surgery center where infection is the greater focus.