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Veterinarian Offices and Hospitals Cleaning Checklist

Use this veterinary hospital cleaning checklist for the infection prevention and biosecurity that are an essential part of patient care and should play an important role in the daily practice of veterinary medicine.
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07/26/2022

Veterinarian Offices and Hospitals Cleaning Checklist

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Use this veterinary hospital cleaning checklist for the infection prevention and biosecurity that are an essential part of patient care and should play an important role in the daily practice of veterinary medicine.
  • Veterinarian facilities have several spaces that are routinely trafficked by pets, owners, and staff that must be sanitized in a manner conducive to a healthy and productive environment, not unlike a doctor or surgical office, including:

  • Each of these spaces must be cleaned and disinfected within the framework that the purpose is to protect everyone while preventing the transmission of disease from:

  • The most efficient method is to approach the cleaning and disinfection by surface, as opposed to by room, with a focus on medical-grade product use.

  • Waiting Rooms

  • A typical waiting room has several germ hot spots for people and pets that will need to be sanitized daily, including:

  • Back Offices, Breakrooms, and Restrooms

  • Kennels and Exam Rooms

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