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At ImageFIRST, we provide medical facilities with healthcare laundry services in Tampa, FL, and other locations nationwide. We understand the importance of staying healthy this flu season, which is why we encourage everyone to learn the proper handwashing techniques.
ImageFIRST offices all over the country focus on giving our associates ample opportunities for support, communication, benefits and community giving. We value each person at ImageFIRST, which is why we place associates at the heart of our Purpose.
On January 27, 2017, ImageFIRST locations across the country celebrated the company’s fourth annual ImageFIRST Day. Associates took a day off from providing medical linen services in Daytona Beach, FL, and other cities throughout the state to show their appreciation for one another. ImageFIRST deeply values all of their associates and places them at the heart of its purpose.
At ImageFIRST, we are the largest provider of healthcare laundry services exclusively specializing in the medical industry, guided by our values and purpose. Our purpose - the reason we come to work every day - is to build a great company by positively impacting the lives of our fellow associates, our community, our customers and their patients, whether we’re packaging medical scrub uniforms near Daytona Beach, FL, or sanitizing bed linens in Tampa, FL.
Here at ImageFIRST® Tampa, we pride ourselves on putting our partners, patients and colleagues first. But you don’t have to take our word for it. Take a look at a trio of recent testimonials in which our customers have expressed deep appreciation for our remarkable customer service:
ImageFIRST Tampa is doing BIG things in 2016! Check it out:
15,000 - The amount of time, in hours, that ImageFIRST currently spends volunteering at community service events. That’s almost a million minutes of local outreach in the area (900,000 minutes to be exact).
400,000 - The amount of money (in dollars) ImageFIRST donates to local charities throughout the country annually.
This year’s ImageFIRST Day theme was the importance of home and family. Check this video out to see all the fun that our locations were having across America in our rendition of “We Are Family”!
At ImageFIRST Tampa, it’s no secret we’re dedicated to community service. We believe that by volunteering, our associates will further their selfless, strong-minded, and community-oriented outlooks. When they hone in on their goals of self-betterment, work ethics will follow suit, making them the best employees they can be—whether working at ImageFIRST or elsewhere. The point is, for our sake and theirs, it’s our obligation to commit to helping the communities in which we operate. (You can learn more about our pledge to continual service here.)
Hospitals and outpatient facilities alike are always working hard to reduce healthcare-associated infections (HAIs) through comprehensive preventative measures, but one oft-overlooked facet of a healthcare facility’s process could be causing far more harm than most realize.
Home laundering, in which doctors and nurses clean their scrubs, gowns, and uniforms in their own laundry machines, has been denounced as an “insufficient alternative” to healthcare-accredited commercial laundry services, according to a new report published in the journal PeriOp Briefing. Because medical professionals usually lack both the facilities and technologies to properly launder garments as well as a standard set of recommendations or guidelines to follow, doing this work at home may fail to eliminate pathogens, potentially causing patients to fall ill.
If you’re a medical provider, you certainly already know all about the importance of preventing healthcare-acquired infections (HAIs) through adopting best practices, engaging staff and targeting commonly infected surfaces for sanitization. With HAIs affecting roughly 1 in 25 U.S. hospital patients and approximately 30% of those in ICUs, these preventable threats to patient safety have cost hospitals as much as $45 billion every year, according to the CDC.