Bats: A Growing Threat to Hospitals

Bats are rapidly losing their natural habitats to development. Bats are drawn to hospitals due to the security provided by the height of the buildings and hospital lighting which attracts insects, their primary food source.

If not handled properly, a bat invasion can quickly escalate and even result in closing all or part of the hospital.

  • How can you know if bats are roosting in your hospital?
  • What financial and regulatory liabilities could your hospital face?
  • What steps should be taken after bat removal?
  • How have some hospitals inadvertently made the problem worse?

Find out in the special report Bats in Hospitals: An Overlooked Risk to Your Bottom Line. Download your copy today.

Michael Koski

Owner and President

Get Bats Out Owner and President Michael Koski
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Special Report: Bats in Hospitals

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