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  • Save $1,058
    Per Bed Annually

    How many beds does your hospital have?

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  • Save Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars a Year While Making Your Hospital Environmentally Friendly.

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  • Why Be “Green,” When You Can Be Green²

    Learn how hospitals are improving the environment
    while savings hundreds of thousands of dollars.

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  • Essential Clinical Commodity Savings Multiplication and Management (EC²M²)

    vs.

    Reprocessing

    Dramatic new success formula for hospitals.

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  • What Makes
    HYGIA So Different?

    Top 10 Reasons

HYGIA’s essential clinical commodity program manages, maximizes and multiplies the savings and “green” impact for hospitals across the country.

HYGIA delivers highly specialized, FDA approved expert services, featuring extreme quality reprocessing and savings multiplication solutions for high volume essential clinical commodities such as blood pressure cuffs, stethoscopes, ECG leads, infusor bags, masks, adult/infant sensor probes, blood flow leg sleeves, cerebral somatic sensors, all types of splints, bed alarms, tourniquets, bed alarms, and cubicle curtains to name a few.

  • HYGIA has saved customers 
    the equivalent of 4.2 million days
    of health care costs for
    the average American.

  • When placed end-to-end, the waste displaced by HYGIA stretches the distance from NYC to LA 4.5 times.

  • HYGIA has displaced the  
    weight equivalent to 583 SUVs
    from entering landfills.



  • HYGIA has collectively saved  
    customers enough
    money for 3 million
    billable nursing hours.

  • Epidemiologists from the UTMB Department of Healthcare Epidemiology visited HYGIA Health Services in 2001. We found their unique approach to reprocessing single use non-critical devises most acceptable from an infection control stand point. We were also quite happy with their innovative ideas for marketing of the entire reprocessing program.

    Pam Falk, Director, Healthcare Epidemiology
    University of Texas Medical Branch
    Galveston, TX