Viral Decontamination for Wilmington Medical /Dental Offices
SERVPRO Can Help Clean and Decontaminate Waiting Rooms
Although elective medical appointments and procedures might be on hold right now in many Wilmington clinics, some treatments cannot be delayed. Healthcare providers remain vigilant, checking for information from the Delaware Division of Public Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), but must make testing and medications available on even a daily basis to some patients.
Possible Clinic Contamination Requires Cleaning and Application of Disinfectants
Your local SERVPRO has extensive experience with biohazard cleanup in Wilmington, including containing and lawfully disposing of human pathogens like viruses and bacteria. Our firm commitment to the community combined with the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) training on on-the-job experience with flooding and sewer backup means you can have confidence in our preparedness for coronavirus pandemic cleaning.
You Enforce the Social Distancing--SERVPRO Completes the Decontamination
Our crews have flexible schedules so that we can set up one or a series of deep cleans, with the disinfectant application to decontaminate surfaces in your clinic. We focus on “high-touch” areas, but also have equipment that can facilitate fogging or spraying of disinfectants that are on the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) list of granted emerging viral pathogen claims. Frequently touched areas are cleaned with soap or detergent and water and then receive a disinfectant treatment:
- Doors, door handles, and locks
- Push bars
- Counters and tables
- Patient rooms and furnishings
- Credit card machines
Rely on SERVPRO of Brandywine / Wilmington to help with your clinic’s decontamination needs. Call 24 hours a day at (302) 762-8080.
Advice from the medical and scientific community regarding how to deal with the coronavirus is based on present knowledge, which is subject to change as the situation continues to develop. There can be no assurance that disinfectants alone will be adequate to fully eliminate the virus. We are not physicians or infectious disease professionals. Consult your medical professionals for individual medical advice.