Our customers deal with crisis every day. After all, they’re out there saving lives on a regular basis. So, when a natural disaster like Hurricane Michael makes it difficult for hospitals and other healthcare facilities to get the linens and uniforms that they need, we step up to take care of our customers when they need it the most.
When a crisis occurs, our Crown team members step up and work long days and nights with one single focus: taking care of our customers when they need us the most. So, when Hurricane Florence hit our service area last month, we did everything we could to ensure that the hospitals and medical centers that depend on our supplies were able to continue running smoothly in the middle of a natural disaster.
Fact: Surgical and healthcare linens carry the risk of transferring healthcare associated infections (HAIs). Even the most conscientious cleaning and sanitizing of facilities and surfaces does not completely eliminate the risk of surgical and other medical linens being prime carriers of dangerous pathogens. What additional safeguards do you have in place for your linens against these harmful HAIs?
The debate over whether or not scrubs should be worn in public has been going on for quite some time. Nurses have been scrutinized by the public and medical professionals have been battling it out to be able to wear their scrubs when/where they want.
Reusable textiles have existed for centuries in the healthcare setting. But in the 1900s, paper products started budging their way into businesses in the United States. While at first unsuccessful, they made their claim when they spread the rumor that the use of reusable textiles was unsanitary.
Many healthcare managers think that by doing their laundry on-site, they’re reducing costs. Nothing could be further from the truth. The costs of running an on-premise laundry for your healthcare facility are astronomical in terms of money, time, and energy.
Crown Health Care Laundry Services just added a fifth processing plant in Bishopville, South Carolina to our line of linen processing facilities! Like all our other owned-and-operated processing facilities in the southeast, this state-of-the-art, 60,000-square-foot, two-tunnel operation will be both TRSA Hygienically Clean and HLAC certified. Our new plant will exclusively provide healthcare linen processing […]
Implementing a linen rental service or uniform rental program for a medical facility is a big step and adequate care must be taken to ensure success. It’s not just that jumping into a third-party linen service partnership is a potential budget constraint — the safety and well-being of both your employees and patients is at […]
System-Wide Hygienically Clean Certifications Here at Crown Health Care Laundry, we are proud to have completed TRSA’s System-Wide Hygienically Clean Certification. This certification verifies that TRSA has inspected our facility, and continues an ongoing process of microbial testing to make sure we produce hygienically clean textiles. TRSA inspects our facility to check for employee training […]
Crown Health Care Laundry Services will be the leading quality laundry provider to healthcare facilities throughout the Southeast United States. We strive to be recognized as the quality provider of health care linens to customers who demand quality products for patient care and sound linen management solutions to help reduce overall costs.