Doctors Surgery, Medical Practice and Healthcare Cleaning
A tailored healthcare cleaning plan and service to meet your CQC cleanliness and infection control requirements
Primary care medical 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 your practice.
Trusted to clean doctors surgeries across the UK and established over 30 years ago, Minster Cleaning Services will provide you with a reliable, value for money cleaning service to help you meet the relevant CQC requirements under their 'Safe' Key Line of Enquiry (KLOE).
We will work with you to agree and then deliver a healthcare cleaning plan based on the 'National Specifications for Cleanliness in the NHS: Primary Care Medical and Dental Premises'. The plan will cover all functional areas and key elements within your practice and will help you to prevent cross contamination and control infection.
Our doctors surgery cleaning service also includes regular cleaning audits to ensure the agreed plan is being strictly followed, giving you peace of mind that the highest standards are maintained at all times.
Well trained and helpful staff, managed absence cover and a fully flexible, confidential service tailored to your practice's unique requirements mean you can concentrate on providing superior patient care knowing that the cleaning of your doctors surgery is in expert hands.
Please click on the link to see an example of how we meet the cleaning requirements of medical practices throughout the UK.
If you have concerns that your current healthcare cleaning provision may not meet the requirements of the CQC, please contact Minster for a free, no-obligation consultation.
You Can Expect
- A service tailored to your needs
- High quality cleaning standards
- Managed absence cover
- Well trained and helpful staff
- Flexibility to meet any short notice requirements
Very good service and quick to solve any issues that might occur.