About two million patients acquire at least one HAI in the US each year and approximately 90,000 of these patients will die.  It is estimated that as much as 70% of HAIs are preventable.  And while most healthcare facilities are increasing their efforts to reduce HAIs, we are not even close to where we need to be. – (Infection Control Today, August 12, 2019).

“Everything I need… Right where I need it !”
– Susan Harris R.N.

Watch this demonstration of how the IsoDoorCaddy™ solves the three main problem areas of managing PPE:

* accessibility
* cleaning and maintenance
* complicated use

Designed to withstand years of heavy use, the IsoDoorCaddy™ provides a clean, professional, and attractive way to provide medical staff and visitors with PPEs.

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We proudly support military and veteran medical centers.
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  • Made in the U.S.A.
  • vinyl polyester
  • woven pattern
  • infused with Microban® – will not wash or wear off
  • soft, lightweight
  • durable, will last for years
  • heavy stitched seams


The IsoDoorCaddy™ is easy to clean with soap and water, diluted Clorox® and water, or sani-wipes. – Download The CDC guidelines for cleaning patient-care devices 

Available in these colors:

Sky Blue

Garden Green

Lemon Yellow


These colors are available at no extra charge for orders in lots of 30.

Christmas Red


Royal Blue

Spruce Green



IsoDoorCaddys™ are designed to be in compliance with:

  • Joint Commission LS 2.10.20 EP 12
  • NFPA 101-2000: 18/

The material used to manufacture the IsoDoorCaddyTM is in compliance with the following standards:

  • National Fire Protection Association:
    • NFPA No. 101, “Life Safety Code”, Class “A” rating. (Tested in accordance to ASTM E84-07. Surface Burning Characteristics of Building Material.)
  • International Building Code (IBC), Section 903.1, Class “A” rating (Tested in accordance to ASTM E84).
  • California Technical Bulletin 117, Section E, Commercial Standard CS-191-53.
  • Upholstered Furniture Action Council Fabric Classification Test Method 1990 (UFAC) – Class “I” Rating.
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