Dental Surgery and Healthcare
From April 1st, 2011 dental practices in England fall under the Care Quality Commission's (CQC's) ongoing compliance monitoring system. Part of this compliance monitoring process relates to cleanliness and infection control within the dental practice.
The cleanliness of any health care environment is important to support infection prevention and control and ensure patient confidence. Cleanliness standards have been in place for health care since publication of the National standards for cleanliness in the NHS, in 2001. This guidance was developed following consultation with experts and professionals in the fields of cleanliness and infection control in order to raise standards of cleanliness to an acceptable level throughout the NHS.
Cleaning staff play an important role in improving the quality of the care environment.
At The Crease line we operate in a partnership with you to determine and then deliver a healthcare cleaning regime centred on the 'National Specifications for Cleanliness in the NHS Primary Care Medical and Dental Premises'. The regime will cover all essential areas and key elements within your practice and will help you to prevent cross-contamination and control infection.
Our dental practice cleaning service can include regular cleaning audits to ascertain that the agreed regime is being applied, giving you peace of mind that the best possible service quality is maintained.
Dedicated and trained staff, no concern over absence and a flexible service matched to your practice's needs will allow you to concentrate on providing superior patient care knowing your cleaning is in expert hands. Allow us to take care of all your dental surgery cleaning needs ensuring we reach the highest standard always.
If you have concerns that your current cleaning service may fall short of the requirements of the CQC, please contact us for a free, no-obligation consultation.
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