Pest control for Medical & Health Care Facilities

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Prevent Spreading Diseases

Medical and Healthcare Facilities

People who work in the health care industry are well aware that there is a high risk of spreading disease in an unclean environment. This means that keeping every part of the facility free from pest infestation is vital. Although it is a must for all establishments to take care of their pest problems, medical facilities like hospitals and clinics should take stricter preventive measures to avoid any pest activity.

Why? Because pests like cockroaches, flies or mosquitoes can transmit diseases. Moreover, the people who visit the hospital are usually sick patients who have weaker immune systems. They can be more at risk at contracting illnesses.

That being said, a trusted pest control service like Innovative Pest Management can help healthcare facilities face their pest issues. From rodent control to cockroach control and more, we’ll take care of it!

We understand the need to be extra careful while servicing any health care establishments, so bringing down any infestation using chemicals that are eco-friendly remains our priority. We will also charting out a Risk Management Plan before carrying out any work.

Frequent Asked Question For Medical and Healthcare Facilities


Why is it important to get a pest control for my medical and healthcare facility?

By getting a comprehensive pest control service, you can minimize the risk of any secondary infection. You can also reduce healthcare-associated infections (HAI) as well as prevent health and safety hazards for your patients and staff.

What kinds of pests are usually found in medical and healthcare facilities?

Hospitals usually go through intense cleaning sessions to prevent the transmission of germs from ill patients. However, the presence of pests can be hard to avoid due to the number of people in the premise.

You can find bed bugs since hospitals are full of beds and couch that are ideal hiding places for these bugs. There are also ants, cockroaches and flies that get attracted to leftover food and crumb that patients and visitors alike leave.

How do pests enter medical and healthcare facilities?

From employees to patients, family members and friends – thousands of people come in and out of the hospital every single day. Meaning, doors are frequently opened which provides pests easy access to enter the premise.

They can also enter through medical supplies delivery, since cartons and boxes can serve as a nesting material to some pests. Kitchens where hospital food is being prepared and stored also attract pests from invading because of the smell.

What Can You Expect

Why Choose Us

Dedicated Point of Contact

Your own personal admin will be handling your scheduling, feedback and pest related issue.

Dedicated On-The-Ground Pest Supervisor

Your own pest supervisor will be handling any re-infestation pest issue.

Quality Check

Our operation manager will be heading to your premises for quality control check during the duration of your contract.

Call Back

Same day call back without any charges. For urgent matters, we will be in under 2 hours. That is our commitment.

Document Related Issue

All soft copy service report is updated in a dedicated server while a hardcopy will be filed up and placed in your premise. We have the know how to help you in any kind of licensing, from SFA Food Stall, to AVA catering, to passing an Audit and even shipyard and vessel pest clearance.

Pest Identification & House Keeping

Our local technician will be on hand to provide training on pest identification and the housekeeping status in order for your premise to be pest free.


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