From the young woman giving birth … to the boy battling cancer … to the grandfather going into surgery … hospitals, clinics and treatment facilities have an impact on every one of us.
But navigating construction around care is a big challenge. Every step, every activity, has to be carefully planned and managed. Preventing infection is paramount.
We take great care to excel in communications – with the general contractor, the charge nurses, environmental services staff, facilities manager and other front-line personnel.
Communication is crucial to maintaining the delicate balance between keeping a project moving and accommodating the needs of staff and patients. If a nurse tells us to stop working, we stop. But it’s better to plan and execute our work so we’re rarely told to stop.
As we’ve seen in our 40-plus years of healthcare work, there’s a financial balance, too.Hospitals and treatment centers face enormous financial pressures. They have to care for all who show up at their doors.
At the same time, you can’t have unhappy patients, either. (In fact, poor evaluations from patients can affect cost reimbursements, as well as harm the reputation of your hospital.)
In approaching our healthcare work, we:
Here’s how we keep that promise:
In our healthcare work, preventing infection is paramount. Every step, every activity, has to be
carefully planned and managed.