Elderly Care Facilities… Bracing for Baby Boomers

With the Axis Powers defeated, the “Greatest Generation” gave birth to the “baby boom generation” shortly after the guns of WWII finally fell silent in August, 1945. After almost 70 years since the earliest members of this generation were born, health care facilities are getting ready for what may be an overwhelming influx of patients in the next decade or so. As the baby boom generation was considered such until 1964, elderly care facilities will need to prepare for, and cope with, a huge population until 2030 and beyond. At that point, it is estimated that 70 million people in the U.S. will be 65 years old (or older).   

It is well known that our bodies change as we age, and once we’re considered septuagenarians, our immune systems begin to weaken and we become more susceptible to illness. Ailments ranging from various strains of influenza and pneumonia to the norovirus can become dangerous, or even deadly, the older we get. Thus, when a parent or loved one enters an elderly care facility, concern arises over the cleanliness of that particular facility. We suddenly become very interested in healthcare and medical facilities cleaning practices as performed by a professional cleaning service.

Elderly Care Facility Professional Janitorial And Maintenance Services

Thankfully, Eagle Building Maintenance and Janitorial Services (Eagle BMJ) offers a wide range of janitorial cleaning services performed by trained professionals who will clean, sanitize, and disinfect all appropriate surfaces of an elderly care facility; hopefully putting your mind at ease in the process. Making the decision about who cleans your business doesn’t have to be difficult, and we’ll gladly prove it to you. Contact Eagle BMJ today at (888) 730-1123 to arrange for a FREE, no obligation, on-site consultation and let us show you how we can help your healthcare facility be safer, cleaner, and more productive by doing what we do best so you can do what you do best!

Posted: 1/18/2016 4:01:38 PM by Eagle BMJ | with 0 comments