Weekly Medical Office Cleaning Checklist
Every medical facility needs cleaning. There are some tasks that need to be done every day. But there are others that are better if you do them weekly. By having a weekly schedule you can control a lot of what goes on in your medical office. Today we bring a weekly medical office cleaning checklist. Check what you need to do every week and which areas need more care than others with our handy tips.
Most people argue that the reception needs every day cleaning. And we agree. But, if you leave it as a weekly chore it can also work as well. The reception is one of the most used places and with how the world is right now we have a bit more risk of germs. You can do the usual cleaning at the end of your shift but leave the deep cleaning for a weekly task.
These rooms are only used by the staff inside. It is rare or impossible to have a patient inside. For this reason, we recommend leaving these rooms for the weekly cleaning list. They don’t get so dirty and aren’t used as often. Unless you have a lot of meetings. But whichever the case is you are better off saving these for the end-of-the-week cleaning.
Again, one that people think can be done daily. While you can do it daily you can also leave it for the weekly cleaning. Furniture is used by all but some furniture might need a deep cleaning. You can’t do this during office hours and you shouldn’t do it every day. People want to go home as fast as possible and avoid staying. Medical office regulations do require some constant cleaning. But furniture can be done once on the weekends.
And this is our weekly medical office cleaning checklist. Follow us for more cleaning tips and remember to call for any cleaning needs!