Hospitals

Hospitals

The hospital environment must meet precise health and quality regulations as set out by the Health, Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) or Joint Commission International (JCI).

Maintenance works at hospitals must be carried out by trained, multi-skilled service engineers to aid prompt problem solving of mechanical and electrical issues.

Contracts Managers are available for customer support to ensure that any issues are dealt with speedily, giving you complete assurance.

The management of specialist medical subcontractors is incorporated into the heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) planned preventative maintenance agreement, giving you a complete managed service.

Energy saving initiatives are also supported using our filtration supplier who can provide proven savings on air handling units.

HIQA regulate healthcare services in Irish public hospitals, whilst JCI audit private hospitals to international standards.

Talk to Thermodial about HVAC maintenance for your hospital.

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