Polytex to Take Leading Role at NHS Facilities Management Conference, Demonstrating How Automated Workwear Solutions Enhance Hospital Operational Efficiency and Sustainability

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Polytex to Take Leading Role at NHS Facilities Management Conference, Demonstrating How Automated Workwear Solutions Enhance Hospital Operational Efficiency and Sustainability

As an official partner of the 3rd NHS Facilities Management Conference, Polytex Technologies will share how its automated systems for uniform management and textile management help NHS facilities elevate hygiene, increase operational efficiency, improve convenience, and reduce costs.

Polytex Technologies, a global leader in automated uniform management systems and solutions, is pleased to announce its participation in the 3rd NHS Facilities Management Conference, on July 3, 2024 at the 15 Hatfields Conference Centre in London.

The conference is a platform for senior leaders in the NHS to come together and discuss transformative solutions for improving patient care delivery and safety. This year’s meeting will focus on tackling key issues associated with an aging infrastructure, compliance, infection prevention and decontamination services, and more.

Reflecting those focus areas, Polytex will host a booth where conference visitors and participants can learn through intimate conversations about the many related benefits garnered by its automated workwear solution and automated textile management solution, with the chance to try out the Polytex solutions for themselves.

Highlighting how an automated garment management system transforms NHS operations

At 1:20 PM, participants are invited to join the session with Dr. Maria Medyanik, Regional Sales Manager at Polytex Technologies and Kogo Bamba, Key Account Director ISS Facility Services UK.

Together they will present a case study on “Enhancing Operational Efficiency and Sustainability in Healthcare”. The session will describe the successful implementation of Polytex’s automated workwear solution at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in London.

This is an excellent opportunity to discover how a comprehensive automated garment management system featuring a scrub inventory management system enables hospitals to efficiently manage large quantities of workwear, while enhancing the cleanliness and hygiene standards required in the healthcare industry – all of which help contribute to higher safety for patients and employees and a more sustainable future.

“Polytex units provide complete control over scrubs management, reducing costs by at least 30% annually,” said Dr. Medyanik. Previewing some of the results that will be shared in the join session with ISS Facilities Services, she added “With a refill time of less than 10 minutes for 1,000 items, the facility management team saves time and manual work, while keeping scrubs organized with a high hygiene level.” 

Dr. Maria Medyanik

Kogo Bamba

Polytex scrubs inventory management system brings measurable benefits to NHS facilities

The automated uniform management system created by Polytex, helps hospitals increase operational efficiency, improve convenience, reduce costs, and create visibility and control across all daily operations.

It is a simple and fast system, with large capacity, to support the dispensing and collection of varied garments required in the demanding hospital environment. With swipe card or tap operations, staff instantly receive the right scrubs in the right size, saving time and hassle before each shift. Complete inventory control through easy-to-use uniform management software ensures that fewer items are lost or misplaced, and less laundering is required, dramatically reducing garment costs. Hygiene is enhanced by touch-free distribution, as well as the ability to ensure clean scrubs are available 24/7, including weekends, holidays, and late-night shifts. 

Polytex D200 PRO uniform dispensing unit

When it comes to folded items like bed linens, towels and sheets, the Polytex textile management system offers the same level of quality and hygiene control required for maintaining a sterile and efficient hospital environment.

In addition to the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, numerous other NHS hospitals are already collaborating with Polytex to bring digital-first garment management to their facilities, for more streamlined operations that benefit staff and patients, as well as their bottom line.

About Polytex 

Polytex Technologies, founded in 2003, is a leading global provider of workwear and textile management solutions. The company specializes in offering automated textile management systems, including workwear dispensing and return units and flat linen management solutions that are tightly integrated with cloud-based management systems with advanced software functionalities. With a track record of over 5,000 installations worldwide, Polytex drives digital transformation across diverse industries, including healthcare, manufacturing, hospitality, and fitness centers, by optimizing workwear and textile management processes.

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