Pest Control for Hospitals

People expect the highest standards in cleanliness and sterility in hospitals, assisted living centers, and healthcare offices. It is where our most vulnerable go: newborns, sick, and the elderly. This is why you cannot risk the possibility of pests in your facility; they carry disease-spreading pathogens which pose an increased threat to your patients’ health. At Pest Management Inc., we provide pest management solutions that deliver a pest free environment for the health of your patients, staff, and visitors and to provide you with a competitive advantage.

Our highly trained technicians utilize the latest technology and proven integrated pest management practices to keep your healthcare facilities pest free and profitable. We know the sensitive nature of the health environment in hospitals and healthcare facilities. This is why Pest Management Inc. offers full-service options that include non-chemical treatments for prevention, management, and elimination of pests.

Pest Management specializes in and provides full-service solutions to the following pest problems:

  • Ants
  • Mice and Rats
  • Cockroaches
  • Bed bugs
  • Flies
  • Mosquitoes
  • Termites
  • Bats and Birds

We also provide a wide range of entomology and pest control consulting services. These include:

  • Pest control publications, talks, and training presentations
  • Pest identification
  • Integrated Pest Management (IPM) System training and support
  • Pest identification
  • Trouble-shooting for pest problems
  • Legal work and expert witnesses for bed bug infestations

We understand how detrimental and costly pest infestations can be. At the same time treatment options should not jeopardize the health and wellbeing of your patients, staff, and visitors. We will treat your pest problem in the appropriate manner for the health sensitive needs of your facility, while utilizing pest prevention practices to ensure your facility remains free from unwanted visitors.

Contact Us to learn more about how we can help you prevent or eliminate a pest problem.