Miele Professional successfully launched Mobile CSSD
Miele Professional has ramped up its investment in Australia to bring its 50 years’ experience in the medical field in Europe to Australian hospitals, offering now all aspects of instrument reprocessing including cleaning and disinfection, sterilisation, documentation and service as well as a mobile CSSD.
Miele Professional, European supplier of CSSD solutions, successfully introduced the first mobile CSSD in Australia during the WFHSS in Brisbane, addressing Australian hospitals that are planning to build, replace or refurbish their existing CSSD department. Allard van Beek, National Sales Manager from Miele Professional, said that the great interest and feedback of the WFHSS attendees confirmed that Australian hospitals were waiting for such a solution.
The solution is fast and simple. Miele can supply three fully equipped modules, which are combined on site in a few days, to give a fully functioning and operational CSSD offering the full setup for reprocessing instruments with separate areas for washing and disinfection, packaging and sterile supplies, all complying with the new version of AS/NZS 4187.
The key benefits of the Mobile CSSD is that the quality of reprocessing remains under hospital’s control. Existing staff can also continue to do their job in a positive working environment, without exposure to the strains of a building site. Furthermore, the effort on the part of the hospital is less than for all other options as this approach avoids the construction and dismantling of a provisional CSSD and is a more cost effective solution than outsourcing.
With Miele Professional as your partner, you will not only benefit from this cost effective, fast and simple solution, but you will be able to rely on a team with dedicated professionals with extensive experience in this field. For more information please call 1300 731 411 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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