Hospital Housekeeping Checklist - Weekly

Utilize this weekly Hospital Housekeeping Checklist to systematically ensure hygiene and compliance, maintaining cleanliness in healthcare environments.​

Hospital Housekeeping Checklist - Weekly



Patient Rooms

1. Have hands been cleaned thoroughly?


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2. Are cleaning gloves worn?


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3. Is the room entered slowly for patient privacy?


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4. Are areas that people touch often disinfected?


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5. Is the floor swept and mopped?


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6. Is dust removed from air vents and other surfaces?


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7. Are door handles disinfected?


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8. Is the room organized until it is neat and orderly?


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9. Is trash removed?


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10. Are trash cans relined?


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Patient Room Bathrooms

1. Have hands been cleaned thoroughly?


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2. Are cleaning gloves worn?


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3. Is there a knock to ensure no patients or guests are in the bathroom?


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4. Are surfaces that are used often wiped down?


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5. Are handles, switches, and doorknobs sanitized?


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6. Are walls, floors, and countertops sanitized?


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7. Is the floor swept and mopped?


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8. Is trash removed?


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9. Are trash cans relined?


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10. Is toilet paper and soap restocked?


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11. Are mirrors and sink areas sanitized?


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12. Is the toilet bowl and seat sanitized?


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13. Are bathtub/shower areas sanitized?


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Exam Rooms

1. Have hands been cleaned thoroughly?


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2. Are cleaning gloves worn?


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3. Is it ensured that the exam room is unoccupied?


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4. Are areas with bodily fluids cleaned?


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5. Are hands recleaned, and new gloves put on?


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6. Is the table cover removed and replaced?


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7. Are all surfaces sanitized?


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8. Is the floor swept and mopped?


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9. Is trash removed?


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10. Are trash cans relined?


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11. Is dust removed from air vents and other surfaces?


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12. Are door handles disinfected?


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13. Is the room organized until it is neat and orderly?


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Waiting Rooms

1. Have hands been cleaned thoroughly?


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2. Are cleaning gloves worn?


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3. Is work done around patients and guests if they are present?


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4. Are any misplaced items found and reported?


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5. Is the entire floor area swept and mopped?


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6. Are dirty rug areas vacuumed as needed?


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7. Are all surfaces sanitized?


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8. Is trash removed?


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9. Are trash cans relined?


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10. Is the room organized until it is neat and orderly?


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Hospital Cafeteria Areas

1. Have hands been cleaned thoroughly?


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2. Are cleaning gloves worn?


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3. Is work done around patients and guests if they are present?


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4. Is the ideal cleaning time determined based on cafeteria use?


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5. Are any misplaced items found and reported?


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6. Is the entire floor area swept and mopped?


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7. Are tables, chairs, and food service areas sanitized?


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8. Is trash removed?


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9. Are trash cans relined?


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10. Is the room organized until it is neat and orderly?


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