CASE STUDY

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Outpatient Clinic Terminal Cleaning & Maintenance

In preparation for an inspection by the Center for Medicare and MedicaidServices (CMS), a Texas hospital contacted Cotton to deep clean their main kitchen of approximately 25,000 sqft. While Cotton worked to complete the job, the hospital requested an additional 1,000,000 sqft be cleaned, including patient rooms, common areas, and bathrooms. To ensure the hospital remained 100% operational throughout the entire process, Cotton worked overnight, performed dishwashing services offsite, and provided a supplemental cleaning crew as needed.

TURNKEY SERVICES PROVIDED

  • Covered contents and fixed structures with plastic to suppress dust and debris while cleaning
  • Manipulated equipment and furniture to access hard-to-reach spaces
  • Wiped down all of the surfaces within the kitchen, including the walls, floors, ceiling, and equipment
  • Filled and patched holes in the walls
  • Removed tape or adhesive residue from the walls
  • Cleaned the walk-in coolers and freezers
  • Swept and treated kitchen floors with industrial degreaser
  • Pressure washed floor to remove grease grime from tiles and grout
  • Cleaned HVAC registers, vent hoods, pipes, and stainless steel equipment
  • Utilized HEPA vacuum to remove dust build-up on the walls
  • Applied sanitizing agent upon completion of the cleaning
  • Picked up dirty dishes at the hospital and transported them to Cotton’s warehouse for offsite dishwashing services
  • Returned clean dishes in a sanitized truck
  • Floor to ceiling cleaning of bathrooms, common areas, offices, and patient rooms
  • Cleaned and sanitized rust on floors, medical equipment, supply and return air registers, and miscellaneous metal surfaces
  • Painted metal surfaces to prevent rust formation
  • Applied caulk around sinks to fill cracks
  • All work performed met the standards of infectious control that the hospital operates under on a daily basis
  • Filled holes and repainted damaged walls to ensure the client remained CMS compliant
  • Removed plastic and disposed of debris once cleaning was completed
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The Cotton Difference

Project was completed AHEAD OF SCHEDULE

Final cost was BELOW PROJECTED BUDGET

Client remained CMS COMPLIANT

WORKED OVERNIGHT to prevent business interruption

REDUCED RISK by following infection control standards

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Outpatient Clinic Case Study

In preparation for an inspection by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), a Texas hospital contacted Cotton to deep clean their main kitchen of approximately 25,000 sqft. While Cotton worked to complete the job, the hospital requested an additional 1,000,000 sqft be cleaned, including patient rooms, common areas, and bathrooms.

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