Hospital and Health Clinic MRSA Cleanup Services

Hospital MRSA and Staph Cleanup

Fast and Confidential Cleanup and Disinfection

In medical or healthcare settings, such as hospitals or nursing homes, MRSA can cause life-threatening problems such as bloodstream infections, pneumonia and surgical wound infections.

Recent outbreaks of infectious diseases are well-documented in the media. For biohazard emergencies, we provide cleaning, disinfection and prevention for MRSA, Swine Flu, C-Diff, and Staph infection.

Some staph bacteria are resistant to certain antibiotics. Staphylococcus aureus , often referred to as “staph,” can commonly be found on the skin or inside the nose of healthy people. The 25% to 30% of the population that carries staph without causing illness are known as “carriers” or “colonized”. These biohazards can be deadly to patients, medical staff or those with a weakened or compromised immune system.

Worried about the presence or spread of an infectious disease in your facility? We can help you quickly and confidentially. Call us at 888-250-6653.

How does MRSA spread in a healthcare setting?

Infectious diseases can be transmitted in a number of ways, including physical contact, through bodily fluids, contaminated objects and via airborne inhalation. MRSA is usually spread by direct contact with an infected wound or from contaminated surfaces, usually from the hands healthcare providers.

In hospital situations, staph infections including MRSA are spread by close contact with infected people or patients. Wound drainage and pus is very infectious. Contamination can be caused by skin-to-skin contact and from the infected skin of a carrier onto shared objects.

Examples of items that can spread staph include:

  • Personal hygiene or medical objects (i.e. wound dressings, bandages, etc.)
  • Sheets
  • Clothing

Basically, anything that touches the skin of a staph-infected person can spread the bacteria to others.

Can MRSA infections be prevented?

Numerous studies indicate that when healthcare providers follow proper CDC guidelines, MRSA infections can be largely reduced or prevented. These guidelines include specific procedures that healthcare facilities can employ to reduce or eliminate MRSA infections.

Unfortunately, a significant percentage of clinicians — some studies suggest more than 5% — don’t follow accepted safety standards. This can put any facility – and its employees and patients – at significant risk.

More Than Cleanup – Full Facility Decontamination

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Environmental Construction and Consulting will provide you with a testing, cleanup and sanitation plan tailored to your situation. We are well-trained and we meet all EPA guidelines for the removal and disposal of infectious material from hospitals, clinics, nursing homes and other medical facilities.

H&H Environmental Construction and Consulting provides:

  • MRSA testing and other infectious disease testing
  • Cleanup and sanitation for Staph infection, C-DIFF or other infectious disease
  • Biohazard building cleanup
  • STAPH, MRSA and Cdiff cleanup

We use high-quality, EPA-registered disinfectants and sanitizers to clean surfaces. (EPA Reg. No. 10324-131-72786) Our hospital-grade disinfectants are specifically rated to kill MRSA, CDIFF, STAPH and other contagious pathogens.

Extensive followup testing and verificaton ensures that cleanup is complete. ATP (adenosine triphosphate) surface tests help ensure that all surfaces are hygienically clean, guaranteeing a truly safe environment for your patients and staff.

Put our experience and skill to work for you! We provide medical cleaning and building sanitizing services in NY, NJ, CT and MA.

How clean is your medical facility? To learn more about our MRSA testing, cleanup and decontamination services, call us at 888-250-6653.