Pest Control for Healthcare Facilities and Offices

Help keep your patients safe and your facility pest-free.

Why Waltham® for Healthcare Pest Control

When searching for pest control services, you need more than a company – you need a partner. That’s what you get with Waltham Pest Services. Because we take an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) approach, we choose from a long list of techniques and strategies to create a customized plan based on your healthcare facility, your pest pressures, and your needs. We will even work with you and your staff to educate them on what they can do to help keep your facility pest free. Because your reputation is just as important to us as ours.

You also need a partner that can give you more. Our highly trained and certified technicians are supported by Board Certified Entomologists and personnel dedicated to making sure you always look good, your staff and patients are safe, and pest complaints are kept to a minimum. Your life will be made easier with our online customer portal that makes pest management simple – whether you manage 1 healthcare facility or 100. Find trends, monitor the treatments we have applied, pay invoices, review reports, and create solutions at your convenience. That’s the “more” you’ll get with the harder working Waltham.
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  • Integrated Pest Management (IPM) with limited pest control materials
  • 100% adherence to Joint Commission requirements
  • State and federal audit compliance
  • Discreet service and flexible scheduling
  • Sanitation and cleaning schedule audits
  • In-house staff training
  • Detailed logbooks
With licensing and funding at risk, there is zero tolerance for pests in the healthcare industry. With Joint Commission compliance requirements, you need a vendor that can meet your needs. That’s why Facility Managers need a trusted pest management partner to provide effective services that comply with state and federal regulations. With so many people coming and going at your healthcare facility, bed bugs can be a serious issue. We can help you stay ahead of them by having inspections done by our Canine Bed Bug Dogs. With 98% accuracy, they will catch just one bed bug – even just one bed bug egg – keeping you ahead of these nasty bugs. Whether it’s a doctor’s office or a full hospital, we understand the unique issues facing your industry, and along with our Board Certified Entomologists are dedicated to providing the analysis needed to deal with the most common pests including cockroaches, bed bugs, and flies (including any floor drains to see if you could benefit from bioremediation services). And of course, we can take care of rodents. All the Integrated Pest Management methods chosen for your facility are there so you can get back to what really matters – patient care.

All the better to trust a pest management partner that can also provide them with a full disinfecting service. We can provide that with our UltiClean™ Disinfectant Treatment. While your facilities manager surely has a checklist of the procedures they use for disinfecting, adding an extra layer of protection is always a good idea. In addition, our Scenting Services can either help neutralize a foul odor or add a calming scent in an already stressful place.
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Healthcare facilities usually experience high traffic throughout the day, making them particularly vulnerable to pests. These unwanted invaders typically include roaches, flies, ants and bed bugs—none of which your patients, or your auditors, want to see. Waltham provides short-term and long-term prevention programs to help prevent pest infestations and protect your stellar reputation.
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“I worked in a doctors office in Weymouth and we were seeing mouse droppings in our kitchen. We called Waltham Pest Services and they had a sales representative, Dan R come out immediately. He walked throughout the entire office pointing out holes and what to do on our end to prevent them continuing to come in.”

Jenna F.
Pembroke, MA