Pest Management for Hospitals and Health Care Facilities

The health care industry has high standards and Copesan is ready to meet them. We understand the unique pest pressures and health risks your facilities face and work to ensure that the health of your patients isn’t threatened by flies, cockroaches, rodents or bed bugs.

Our Prescription Care® program employs highly trained IPM Service Specialists to provide exceptional pest management solutions to the highly sensitive environments of health care facilities – hospitals, nursing homes, walk-in clinics and private physician offices. Investing in a pest management program is an investment in the health of your patients, staff, visitors and reputation.

Bed Bug Management

Bed Bug Management

Due to their hitchhiking nature, bed bugs can find ideal situations inside of health care facilities. Reduce the risk and resolve problems. Our specialized bed bug program combines bed bug inspection, staff training and intensive treatment services to minimize your risk of bed bug infestation.

​Complete Confidence

​Complete Confidence

You’re in expert hands. Extensively trained IPM specialists have the demonstrated expertise to understand your critical environments and provide for your special needs.

​Real-Time Electronic Documentation

​Real-Time Electronic Documentation

User-friendly web interface accessible anywhere, any time. View service details and action plan status anytime you need to via our proprietary RapidTrax® electronic data and reporting system.

​Personal Account Management

​Personal Account Management

Just one contact, one call, 24/7/365 support. Copesan’s account management team is empowered to mobilize our resources and deliver results and resolution – fast. They’ll become an extension of your team to better understand your business and build the relationship key to successful pest management.

Prime Invaders

Prime Invaders

Cockroaches, rodents, flies, ants and bed bugs are some of the most common pests in the health care industry. These are not just nuisance pests, but also spread disease and bacteria to your staff and patients. To learn more about these pests, visit our pest library.