Excellence in health care pest control is every bit as important as it is in protecting the food supply. Flies, cockroaches and rodents all have the potential to transmit filth and disease organisms. Allowing them to exist in environments where many people already have compromised immune systems is intolerable.
Braman Termite & Pest Elimination has had the privilege of providing service for many of the larger hospitals in Massachusetts and Connecticut - some for as long as 25 years, a testament to our expertise, diligence and responsiveness. We are available 24 hours per day, if necessary, to meet your needs.
We offer the same superb level of care to nursing homes, assisted living facilities, ambulatory care centers and clinics. There is no satisfactory cookie cutter approach to health care pest control. Each environment presents its own challenges. Braman will work with you to design a customized pest management program to meet your specific needs and requirements. The program will be professionally implemented by our technicians who are trained by a PhD. entomologist.
Communication with key constituencies in healthcare facilities has been a hallmark of our experience. Braman personnel are trained to interact effectively with environmental services, food service and all other relevant staff. Information relative to our findings and actions is collected and uploaded to our server where it is available to you almost immediately on our Customer Portal. Call 800-338-6757 or write today to arrange a confidential, no obligation evaluation.
“I have been in business with Braman for over 20 years. They have always been able to respond quickly and appropriately to any and all of my pest control needs. Their technicians are knowledgeable and work with you to help resolve any concerns as well as educate you on how to better eliminate the problem. Regardless of which facility I have worked for, one of my first calls would be placed to Braman if they were not already providing services, to help implement my pest control management program. I look forward to having a partnership with them for the next 20 years as well!”
James E. Odom, Jr. (J.J.), CHESP
Director of Environmental and Linen Services
Eastern Connecticut Health Network - ECHN