A SCOTTISH hospital has been told to make improvements in its infection control after inspectors found dusty floors, dirty toilets and other areas of concern.Source: The Scotsman
The report said: "In the outpatient reception area, the inspection team found evidence of poor cleanliness in all the inspected public toilets with these areas being generally dusty, dirty under the paper towel holder and in the sink areas.
"The carpet within the outpatients department was heavily stained in several public areas."
In ward six, the report said there were several areas of concern: "The floors were dusty particularly in the corner areas, there was no domestic waste bin in the patient toilets, cobwebs were present in a number of high spaces and a dirty toilet seat and bowl were observed."
The inspectors also found that the patient day room was being used to store equipment, while a patient bathroom was being used as a staff toilet.
They said furniture in the day room was "of an unsatisfactory standard and in need of repair".