Lahey Hospital and Medical Center and EH&E to Present at NEHES Fall Conference 2018

Corridor Clutter: A Life Safety, Facilities, Nursing and C-Suite Issue

October 1, 2018

It’s 2018 and corridor clutter remains a frustration for hospitals. It’s always on the radar for Joint Commission surveyors – annually appearing as one of the top cited Life Safety standards. In hospitals across the country many initiatives are launched to clear the clutter but frequently fall short of solving the problem. The fact is facilities management needs their leadership support to succeed in solving this problem. Lahey Hospital leadership stepped up to help tackle this safety issue, resulting in clutter-free corridors – and some other unexpected benefits.

Richard Guarino, FACHE
Senior Vice President, Hospital Specialties and Operations
Lahey Hospital and Medical Center

Kristin Pitocco, M.P.H.
Senior Scientist
Environmental Health & Engineering, Inc.

New England Healthcare Engineers’ Society (NEHES)
Fall Conference

September 30, – October 3, 2018

N. Falmouth, MA

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