Doctors Surgery Cleaning, Dental Clinics and Vets Cleaning

Doctors Surgery Cleaning Service – Meet your CQC requirements

Due to the recent changes in regulations, medical and dental 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.

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These specifications have four main aims:

  • To assist providers in making sure that risks for infection are reduced significantly during the delivery of services
  • To provide a good framework that will allow cleaning services to be arranged effectively.
  • To make sure that the appropriate documentation is being provided that proves how medical processes are being managed.
  • To emphasise that cleaning is a shared responsibility that does not just involve the cleaning team.

Why choose Mum’ Helping Hands Cleaning services?

We are the only Domicliary Care & Cleaning Company in the East Midlands licensed and regulated by the CQC. This means we have extensive experience and understanding of working with the Care Quality Commission and in meeting Outcome 8.

Our accreditations and memberships ensure that quality, service and standards are retained continually. We are constantly reviewing our products and sourcing ways in which we can continue to improve quality and standards.

Being registered with the CQC it’s in our best interest that you pass your inspections as this reflects on our company just as much. We feel working as part of a team to achieve the highest standards of cleanliness and hygiene in your surgery is of mutual benefit to everyone involved.

Mum’s Helping Hands will provide you with a reliable, value for money cleaning service to help you meet the relevant ‘essential standards of quality and safety’ that you will be monitored against.

Click here to download a copy of the ‘National Specifications for Cleanliness in the NHS: Primary Care Medical and Dental Premises’