Healthcare Facilities Management
A healthcare facility is generally any location that provides healthcare to people in need. A healthcare facility can range form being a small clinic/doctors office, to large hospitals and urgent care centres that consist of emergency and trauma units. In many instances, healthcare facilities are regulated by the law, licensing by an agency is often required before a healthcare facility can be opened for business. Healthcare facilities can be owned by both public (government) and private sectors.
Healthcare Facilities Management is essential in all medical practises, hospitals, care centres and clinics. Healthcare facilities management is constantly required to maintain a clean and healthy medical environment. It is also imperative that any and all service requests are attended to as fast as possible, in a professional manor. This ensures comfortable and happy patients and a clean and tidy working environment for staff.
Utilizing Unique Health’s Healthcare Facility Management services will help your medical facility extend asset life, track overall maintenance costs, improve labour productivity, reduce overall downtimes within the facility and even help prevent and predict equipment failures. This is just to name a few of the overall services Unique Health has to offer your healthcare facility.
Management of Health Care Facilities are done in accordance with the employment act no 75 of 1997. Unique Health does not only place nurses at Health Care Facilities, but also has the ability and capacity to manage all services offered by this facility for example: Stock Management, Human Resource Management, In-Service training and development, complying with health and safety regulations and infection control.
Expertise and infrastructure of Unique Health enables a quality service that ensures that the facility has sufficient resources, human as well as other, i.e. information management.
- Placement & Management of Healthcare facilities
- Working in accordance with the employment act no 75 of 1997
- In-service Training to all staff members
- Stock Control & Management
- Health & Safety
- Infection Control
- Customer Care
- Hospital Rounds