GRAHAM takes three-year water hygiene contract with East Kent Hospitals Trust

GRAHAM has guaranteed a three-year water hygiene agreement with East Kent Hospitals University NHS Basis Trust.

The deal, will dsicover GRAHAM deliver Legionella prepared maintenance, danger remedials and assessments across five main hospital websites – Canterbury Hospital, Buckland Medical center, Queen Elizabeth Medical center, William Harvey Medical center and Royal Victoria Medical center.

East Kent Hospitals is among the largest medical center trusts in England, helping an area population of around 695,000 people. It is rolling out a international and nationwide reputation for delivering top quality specialist care, in urology particularly, kidney illness and vascular providers.

GRAHAM Contracts Supervisor, Chris Shepherd, commented:  “This is a privilege for all of us to be chosen by East Kent Hospitals University NHS Base Trust to supply these critical drinking water hygiene services. The Have faith in provides ‘great health care’ covered in a ‘we caution’ philosophy. Our intention would be to replicate its high specifications and make sure that it has overall self-confidence that its statutory drinking water hygiene obligations are increasingly being met, monitored and, ultimately, complied with.

“This latest contract increases our growing health care portfolio over the UK and, following heroic initiatives of the NHS in giving an answer to the Covid-10 pandemic, we have been proud to become a trusted partner especially.”

East Kent Hospitals is among the largest medical center trusts in England, helping an area population of around 695,000 people. It is rolling out a national and worldwide reputation for delivering top quality specialist care, especially in urology, kidney condition and vascular solutions.

The agreement award follows a recently available three-year agreement expansion for the provision of Legionella therapy and risk management providers with respect to the South Eastern Health insurance and Social Care Faith (SEHSCT).

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