If you own or operate a health system or medical facility, chances are high that you’ve dealt with the constant headache of managing and replacing scrubs worn by your staff. Whether you have found that your staff habitually takes them home or you simply cannot keep the sizes you need in stock, the problem seems to be pervasive in a majority of medical facilities. Thankfully, ImageFIRST, a provider of bed sheets for healthcare systems in Newark, NJ, has developed a solution.
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.