Blog - New Jersey

How Small Gestures Can Go a Long Way: A Story from Our Dallas Location

Posted by ImageFIRST on Oct 30, 2017 8:00:00 AM

At ImageFIRST, a leading provider of medical uniforms in New Jersey and many other U.S. states, we make strides every day to benefit our associates, patients, customers, and members of the community. Even the smallest good deed can cause a ripple effect and change someone’s life.

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ImageFIRST’s Corporate Office Soaks Up Summer Fun With a Potluck Celebration

Posted by ImageFIRST on Aug 1, 2017 8:00:00 AM

Who doesn’t love ringing in the summer with great food and great coworkers? Potlucks are the perfect way for companies to celebrate summer, bringing groups of people together to enjoy homemade food and some light-hearted team building. On June 29th, the associates at the Corporate Office held a summer potluck to kick off the season and bring our associates together.

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ImageFIRST New Jersey: Celebrating Our Loyal Associates

Posted by ImageFIRST on May 2, 2017 8:00:00 AM

Our associates are at the heart of our Purpose at ImageFIRST New Jersey. Each of their roles are vital, and they all try to be the best at what they do. They come to work day in and day out to perform their duties with smiling faces, and consistently show their inherent compassion, responsibility and loyalty. They do their job with the utmost integrity.

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Are You Getting the Most Out of Your Laundry Service? Download Our Free Guide

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

As a leading medical uniform and scrub supplier to NJ-area hospitals and medical facilities, we’re excited to relaunch our free laundry service guide. In this detailed whitepaper, you’ll discover the five most important steps toward choosing the right laundry provider and what they need to do to ensure a successful program at your facility.

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Why Our Cubicle Curtain Solution Should Be Part of Your Comprehensive Infection Prevention Plan

Posted by ImageFIRST on Oct 25, 2016 9:36:12 AM

Infection prevention is the name of the game as far as we’re concerned here at ImageFIRST New Jersey. And of course, that mentality applies to much more beyond the healthcare uniforms we provide to NJ medical facilities. Healthcare-acquired infections (HAI) are a serious issue in healthcare: one out of every 25 patients is infected with an HAI every year, costing the industry as a whole around $45 billion.

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Introducing Our New Online Customer Portal, Based on Clients Feedback

Posted by ImageFIRST Healthcare Laundry Specialists on May 4, 2016 10:33:51 AM

At ImageFIRST New Jersey, we want to be more than an ordinary supplier of sheets, gowns, curtains, and scrubs for healthcare in NJ. The ordinary supplier is one who takes your payment, drops off your linen, and leaves—hardly to be heard from until pick-up time. That kind of impersonal service isn’t what we’re about. Our mission is to be nothing short of remarkable. We want to be the kind of company that isn’t represented by your invoice, but by the smiles on the faces of our Customer Advocates as they arrive to stock your linen and-double check your inventory, or by the delight your patients express when they put on one of our Comfort Care gowns for the first time.

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Take Advantage of the Cubicle Curtain Program to Prevent Infection!

Posted by ImageFIRST Healthcare Laundry Specialists on Jan 26, 2016 9:51:26 AM

The Need for Change

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How ImageFIRST New Jersey Can Help Your Outpatient Facility Prevent Healthcare-Associated Infections

Posted by ImageFIRST Healthcare Laundry Specialists on Nov 3, 2015 2:08:00 PM

In a recent Infection Control Today special report, editor in chief, Kelly M. Pyrek, revealed the results of a survey, where they asked several hospital leaders in the C-suite, as well as infection preventionists (IPs), to answer questions related to environmental hygiene and preventing healthcare-associated infection. In fact, Infection Control Today asked both the hospital leaders in the C-suite and IPs the same set of questions. When the results of the surveys finally came in, the magazine was able to determine that both parties viewed issues related to hygiene and healthcare-associated infection in almost the same exact way.

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