AGED CARE SOLUTIONS FOR INFECTION CONTROL

Protecting Aged Care residents, staff and visitors.

Always read the label and follow the directions for use.

Residential aged care is one of the most challenging settings to reduce the spread of infection between staff, residents and visitors.
There are well-documented cases of the spread of infection between each.

Dr Cathryn Murphy

Adjunct Honorary Associate Professor at Bond University

Infection Prevention starts with Care, Confidence and Compliance.

The Royal Commission findings highlighted that infection control should be an essential focus of Aged Care Providers.1

As a global leader in Infection Prevention, Halyard has been trusted on the frontline of hospitals as a provider of quality products, clinical education, and support in achieving compliance.

From Acute Care to Aged Care, Halyard is your partner in navigating the emerging Infection Prevention standards through Care, Confidence, and Compliance.

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Care for Staff & Residents

The highest quality products, equipping you with the confidence that your staff and residents have the best possible protection. 

 

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Confidence in Products & Protocols

Halyard’s relentless focus on testing sets us apart. We believe we have the most rigorously tested products on the market, providing you with the confidence that they meet and exceed the standards, so you can focus on providing quality care. 

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Compliance with Standards

Halyard’s testing, quality products, clinical education & support assist you to achieve ongoing compliance with standards. 

Halyard Aged Care Product Solutions

Product Catalogue for Aged Care
Product Brochure for Aged Care
Product Reference Guide for Aged Care

Better Infection Prevention in Aged Care

Aged Care Royal Commission Reference Document
"Better Infection Prevention and Control in Aged Care", editorial in Aged Care Australia, Issue 02 2021

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1. Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety. Final Report: Care, Dignity and Respect-Volume 1: Summary and recommendations. Canberra: Commonwealth of Australia; 2021, [cited 2021 July 23].