ICP Medical LLC Awarded VA FSS Contract for its Infection Control Products
ICP Medical LLC Adds Wheelchair Disinfecting Ultraviolet Enclosure to Portfolio of Infection Control Products
ICP Medical Honors the Spiirt of the American Worker
Time to Celebrate our Freedom!
ICP Medical respects the flag and everything it stands for.
We Remember Our Fallen Soldiers
ICP Medical Salutes our Veterans
ICP Medical showcases "Fast, Efficient Infection Prevention" at APIC 2015
ICP Medical Wishes America a very Happy Birthday
ICP Medical salutes our nation's team of veterans and active military personnel.
Ebola crisis ramps up ICP production (from the St. Louis Business Journal, Oct. 23, 2014)
Rapid Refresh™ Brand Disposable Privacy Curtains Selected by Major Medical GPO
Color-coded Visual Indicator Shows Healthcare Personnel When to Replace Curtains, Reducing Risk of HAIs, Lowering Costs, and Improving Patient Outcomes
Infection Prevention Company to Supply Government Medical Facilities Worldwide with Rapid Refresh™ Products to Lower Costs and Improve Efficiencies
Partnership Enhances Mission to Prevent Spread of Deadly and Costly Infections including C. diff, MRSA and CRE with Rapid Refresh™ Product Line
(From Executive Housekeeping Today) I have been in healthcare management for nearly 29 years and have battled with and tried to eliminate the ugly cubicle curtain, but it keeps hanging around. The reasons the ugly cubicle curtain hangs around are many. The following are the “dirty dozen” reasons for your consideration. Download article here.
The mission of an environmental services department should be to create a clean, safe environment where patients can get well and go home. Download article here.
Medical researchers have found that hand contact with privacy curtains transfer some of the worst sources for healthcare acquired infections. Read more here.
Recent studies suggest that contaminated environmental surfaces may play an important role in transmission of healthcare-associated pathogens. Download the article here.
MRSA caused 2600 deaths in Canada in 2006 and cost the healthcare system nearly $250 million. Find out more here.
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