When you run a veterinary office, you have a lot of tasks to stay on top of. If you feel like you’re struggling in an outdated facility that doesn’t allow you to make a great first impression, this blog is for you! Making the most of your current facility doesn’t need to break the bank or take a lot of time. In fact, you can create a facility that holds up to the scrutiny of your clients and brings them back when their pets need help.
The team at Medical Waste Disposal is here to ensure that your facility stays free of dangerous, odorous waste, but we also want to provide you with some tips that empower you to take your veterinary office to the next level. At the end of the day, it doesn’t matter if you have one of the best facilities in your state; if you don’t keep it clean, functioning, and simple, people will take their pets elsewhere.
How to Keep Your Office at Its Best – Continued!
We discussed several things you can do to improve your facility for little to no money in our last blog, and we want to share some more ideas today.
- Update your cabinets. Chances are good that your examination rooms have cabinets and sinks. Do you know how old they are? They can start to look grimy, the hardware can break, or their style may simply be completely outdated. New cabinets can completely transform your facility, giving it a new shine without requiring you to repaint or replace flooring. If you’re looking for the most cost-effective improvement to make to your treatment rooms, cabinet replacement should be one of the first options you consider.
- Evaluate your own first impression. Take a minute to walk out of your facility and then back in. Pretend you are a client and evaluate the experience starting in the parking lot. Check out the asphalt, the landscaping, and the front door. When you step inside, you should be greeted with a welcoming view and know exactly where to go. You should also smell clean air rather than odors. These details combine to create a great first impression, so make sure everything is the way you want it.
- Consider painting. We mentioned replacing the cabinets in your treatment rooms, but if your cabinets look fine and you don’t want to replace them, you can transform your entire facility with a new coat of paint. Whether the paint is worn out or the color is outdated, choosing a new color and giving your walls a fresh coat can make a huge difference.
- Mount Plexiglass on the wall behind lift tables. The area behind lift tables gets pretty grimy, but if you install Plexiglass over the wall, you’ll be able to clean everything up easily. This plan can save you a lot of money in the long run.
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We specialize in biohazard disposal in Colorado, and we are here to ensure that your practice is free of the dangerous materials produced when you give animals medical care. Contact us today!