Did you Know?
In the fall 2008, the federal Medicare program stopped paying to treat infections acquired while in a hospital.
A jackhammer could dislodge years of buildup in a plumbing system, releasing bacteria into the water supply.
Dust from cutting or sanding drywall can make its way into a ventilation system and settle in an open chest cavity.
Extreme cases of carelessness?
Yes, but at J.L. Burke, our experienced project staff take the necessary precautions to eliminate mistakes made in construction while working in an occupied healthcare facility.
We implement a detailed and well thought out plan that includes input from all levels of staff and administration, to eliminate any inconveniences to staff or public, whether it be with noise, safety or unsightly work areas. We understand the importance of maintaining a good working relationship with the hospital to minimize our presence to all involved.