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UHS Bag System
We have created the UHS Colored Bag System to ensure ease of use. Read on to learn more.
Greens Bag Items
Green Bags are for customer Owned Goods.
Restraints, Cubicle Curtains, Slings.
1. Place items in the green bag.
2. Fill out the form and keep the pink form for your records.
3. Place the remaining forms in the bag. You can also staple the forms to the outside of the bag.
Orange Bag Items
Orange bags are for clean and rejected linen.
Holes, Stains, Tape.
1. Place clean rejected linen in the orange bag.
2. Write your facilities name on the bag with a black sharpie.
3. Put orange bag in a soil cart returning to UHS
Purple Bag Items
Purple Bags are for linens that has been exposed to Chemotherapy, bed bugs, scabies, and lice.
1. Place items in your soil bag and then place ” Tied ” bag inside the purple bag
2. Place bag in a soill cart returning to UHS
Brown Bag Items
Brown Bags are used to send soiled VIP linen back to UHS.
White, Blue, Gray, & Clear Bag Items
White, Blue, Grey, Clear are used to place soiled linens to be return back to UHS.
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"It has been a pleasure dealing with the United Hospital Services team. We have collaboratively worked to find solutions to our institution’s unique needs. I have had excellent response to questions and concerns, as well as many suggestions to allow us to be as efficient as possible. I value the expertise that the United Hospital Services team has, and I appreciate the input they seek from me as a customer. I look forward to working closely with this well-organized and professional team."
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– Drew Salamone, Director of Housekeeping, Morgan Hospital and Medical Center
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