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Is Linen Taking Time Away from Patient Care? ImageFIRST Can Help.

Posted by ImageFIRST Healthcare Laundry Specialists on Jun 8, 2016 12:00:00 PM

In a recent write-up, our own South East Regional Vice President and National Service Director Jay Juffre explains the importance of ImageFIRST remaining a medical-only linen service provider. Juffre spoke to the importance of specialization not only in healthcare linen service, but also in healthcare facilities.

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Expressing the Value of Gratitude in the Medical Industry the Remarkable Way

Posted by ImageFIRST Healthcare Laundry Specialists on Mar 3, 2016 8:34:11 AM

When a patient or fellow coworker thanks you for your service, how do you respond? Do you shrug off the gratitude because you felt that you were just doing your job, or do you accept it wholeheartedly with a genuine response?

Your response to someone’s gratefulness for your efforts can help to make a positive impression in the medical environment. As a laundry provider for the healthcare industry, we aim to generate a positive impact in our workplace, just like the medical facilities we partner with. But, we also strive to help make a positive impact for our customers as well. How? By being remarkable.


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Quality Medical Linens That Are Bright White in Color Create Positive Patient Perceptions

Posted by ImageFIRST Healthcare Laundry Specialists on Dec 8, 2015 10:18:52 AM

Your medical linens may be clean and sanitized, but how do they look? Sometimes, no matter how clean they may actually be, the appearance of the linens can have a negative impact on patient perception, especially if they lack in quality and color. While you already have much to worry about when it comes to making sure the linens are clean, sanitized and on the shelf when they are needed, how they appear is just as important for enhancing patient experience. Most patients want to be provided with white, bright linens that look crisp, clean and fresh - not ones that appear to look like fifty shades of gray!

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