Isolation Gown and Other PPE Shortages Require Extra Vigilance
Before you can laundry it, you have to have the PPE on hand and shortages continue to plague the industry due to COVID-19. Healthcare providers increasing their staff protection by adding isolation gowns to their healthcare apparel program are vulnerable to fraudulent products, abundant on the market this year due to industry shortages. Be assured of the quality you expect by requesting the specification sheet of any isolation gown program you are considering selecting.
What You Need When and Where You Need It
A healthcare facility will earn greater adoption among staff of its linen infection prevention program when they see not only is the apparel reliably sanitized but available when, where and in the sizes they need. Staff complaints about missing sizes; unauthorized personnel or guests using personal protective apparel; constantly replacing missing scrubs, lab coats and isolation gowns; these problems and more are solved with Faultless Healthcare Linen’s scrubs solutions.
Faultless’ full-service program picks up soiled healthcare apparel, hygienically cleans and delivers it, using barcode technology to automate accurate inventory management so you always have the right personal protective apparel in the right sizes at the right time.
This safe and proven technology allows for fast scanning of multiple items simultaneously, providing accurate, real-time reporting and analysis, assuring you always have the right sizes on hand. This is true for your choice of inventory management program whether individualized by staff member or by size.
Essential Product Quality
Staff satisfaction only increases when they know they can trust the product; one that includes color-fast fabrics to preserve color vibrancy and have a quality you have to feel to believe. Available in a variety of styles, colors, sizes and fabric, Faultless Healthcare Linen comprehensive, fully managed personal protective apparel, scrubs and medical linen laundry program allows medical facilities to focus on what is important to them – patient safety, staff safety and satisfaction, good clinical outcomes and a well-run institution that garners patient trust and referrals.