Preventing human error means training our drivers to follow the same strict protocols found in labs and hospitals. We walk them through 40+ hours of medical courier training before they get behind the wheel.
With nearly 50 years of service under our belts, we’ve seen a lot: earthquakes, terrorist attacks, wildfires, and other natural disasters that challenged our employees and our infrastructure. Here’s how we adapted to sudden events and designed day-to-day operations that have disaster preparedness built-in.
It’s no surprise that when you feel good, you are more ready and often more willing to give time and attention to work. So what does this mean to the healthcare industry? How does providing health care for healthcare employees affect patient care?