Unmatched Healthcare Expertise

Medxcel is the leading facilities services provider in the U.S. exclusively serving the healthcare industry.


Created by healthcare, for healthcare, we have a dedicated focus on our people and customers, as well as providing tools, processes, support resources, data analytics and insource strategies that drive results.


Why Medxcel

Delivering value

10-15% in facilities management savings delivered to partners over the life of the contract

Regulatory compliance

Partners see a 16% average compliance score increase after the installation of our facilities management operating system, ensuring 24/7 survey readiness

Building talent

Winner of Achievers 50 Most Engaged Workplaces® award six consecutive years

Data-driven decisions

Delivering 3-5 years of predictable operating expenses to partners to aid in strategic and capital planning


Trusted by over 160 hospitals




Hospitals have implemented our solution


Sites of care onboarded

77 M

Total managed square feet

Medxcel Resources

Addressing Ligature and Suicide Risks in Healthcare Facilities

This white paper addresses the ligature risks surveyors look for in healthcare facilities and how to conduct ligature risk assessmenst in various environments.

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Rising Risks and New Demands for Emergency Preparedness in Healthcare

This white paper discusses lessons learned in recent years, helping healthcare organizations prepare for future disasters.

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Prioritizing Healthcare Facilities Readiness Among Budget Constraints

This white paper details how healthcare systems must prioritize healthcare facilities readiness as they return to normal operations post-pandemic, during a time of fiscal challenges.

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Recent Articles

Funding a First-Class Emergency Management Program

Between weather disasters, technology failures and man-made crises, hospital leaders often find themselves having to put their emergency response plans to the test. Too often, those responsibilities are assigned as additional duties to staff in other healthcare roles such as the facilities manager, emergency department director, or even administrative personnel. That model is no longer viable.

Three Strategies to Navigate Rural Healthcare Challenges

Limited funding and resources amplify financial challenges for rural hospitals when compared to facilities located in more urban and suburban areas, forcing them to be more resourceful in terms of compliance. Due to these obstacles, an estimated 30% of rural hospitals in the U.S. are currently at risk of closing and leaving their communities with limited access to life-saving healthcare.

News & Media

7/2/2024 - Emily Avery named one of the '90 Patient Safety Experts to Know in 2024'

6/18/2024 - Revamping Healthcare Facilities Through Energy Efficiency Upgrades

4/22/2024 - Prioritizing Patient Safety During a Disaster

4/22/2024 - The Key to Managing Multiple Healthcare Facilities

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