Anyone in a position of responsibility within any category of the vast and critically important health services industry will have custody over an operating clinic. As an operation, this clinic will be serving any number of uses. The lab tech supervisor oversees a team of researchers developing or manufacturing new and existing brands of medicines, now also generic and organic. The general practitioner in a small town also has his own clinic but it is usually referred to as the doctor’s rooms.
It is not a pretentious term and is quite romantic when you come to think of it. Do not be surprised then when a formidable and efficient team of clinic cleaning services technicians walk in to work one night or evening and refer to it thus. This practitioner can quite literally leave all files as is on his desk to return to it the next morning. And while the proverbial cobwebs may have been brushed off of his desk, he will return the next morning to find all files intact.
Interestingly, these dedicated cleaning technicians have every interest in the doctor’s patients, but in no uncertain terms and under no circumstance will they go about scratching through the client or patient files. Their interest in the doctors’ patients is, however, maintained. These are no ordinary cleaners. They are very important stakeholders in the vast health services industry. It is up to them to ensure that all clinics are spotlessly clean, devoid of every single germ or unseen molecule of bacteria known to humankind.
Their hearts are not hardened either when they have to service busy emergency rescue clinics where excessive amounts of spillage and debris will need to be dispensed efficiently and swiftly to ensure disease free operating on behalf of the next patient.