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A Family Standard Makes All the Difference

Posted by ImageFIRST on Mar 31, 2017 8:00:00 AM

First impressions are vital: Think about it.

 

The first impression your patients get can define their perception of your medical facility. That’s why when it comes to providing quality products such as medical scrub uniforms to your Bethlehem, PA area medical practice, ImageFIRST’s family standard makes all the difference.

What’s our family standard? Simply put: We wouldn’t give your patients something we wouldn’t give our own family.

We stand by this principle in efforts to protect your facility’s image and reputation and keep your patients safe and satisfied. Here are some ways that we carry out our family standard.

Infection Prevention Process

The linen and textiles your facility uses can be a source of contamination. Standard home laundering and even some commercial laundry providers like dry cleaners don’t remove all potential pathogens. Our laundering process meets or exceeds OSHA, CDC, and HLAC standards, and complies with The Joint Commission requirements, and removes up to 99.999% of pathogens. We ensure this compliance daily, weekly, monthly and annually.

Our Triple BioShield Protection Process includes three unique factors that help protect the linens and your patients.

  1. Dead-on-contact wash formula sanitizes linen.
  2. A bacteria-inhibitor softener coating is applied to prevent bacteria from proliferating on the fabric.
  3. Linens are individually sealed in plastic to ensure cleanliness during transit.

Nothing But the Best

When you choose ImageFIRST for your patient gowns and linen, you are opting for quality products from trusted manufacturers. We inspect all of our products and proactively replace any of them that are ripped, stained and unsatisfactory. If we wouldn’t wear it, then we wouldn’t let your patients wear it.

All of our patient gowns are hand-inspected and bagged individually for maximum protection. We even rejuvenate fluid-resistant gowns after every wash to make sure they stay resistant to fluids.

If you are interested in our family standard or wish to learn more about our medical scrubs and uniforms in the Lancaster, PA region or beyond, we encourage you to call us at 1-800-932-7472 or fill out a contact form on our website.