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Healthcare Facility Resources

The utility needs for healthcare facilities are as varied as the field itself. From Medical Centers to Extended Care facilities, each has its own needs. JEA has suggestions and programs for all of these.

Energy Savings

  • Managing Energy Costs in Hospitals and Medical Centers
    Hospitals in the United States use an average of 27.5 kilowatt-hours (kWh) of electricity per square foot annually. In a typical hospital, lighting, heating, and hot water represent about 72 percent of total energy use making those systems the best targets for energy savings. Check out these great suggestions on how to control your energy costs.
  • Managing Costs in Extended Care Facilities
    Extended Care Facilities face many of the same utility challenges as businesses in hospitality. The EPA has suggestions that could decrease operating costs by 11 percent. 

Business Energy Upgrades

Making energy-efficiency upgrades is a smart investment. They help your business save energy every day which, in turn, can save money every month on your utility bill, improving your business’ bottom line. InvestSmart with JEA provides rebate incentives designed to help you make those energy-efficiency upgrades at a lower initial cost. Whether you’re installing a new lighting system, or upgrading your heating, cooling and air handling equipment, InvestSmart with JEA has a variety of incentives available.

Partnerships Between JEA and Kidney Dialysis Centers

Many of us take Jacksonville’s abundant supply of clean water for granted. Not kidney dialysis patients. For them, JEA water can mean the difference between life and death. Why? Because successful kidney dialysis treatment always starts with a clean, abundant and reliable supply of drinking water. 

Patients whose kidneys no longer function properly must use a flushing process called kidney dialysis to filter toxins from their blood. Kidney dialysis centers nationwide are required by law to further treat the public drinking water used in dialysis in order to meet medical requirements.

This entire process is a lot more successful when utilities communicate with dialysis centers early on about any potential problems – bacterial, chemical or even an interruption in water or electric service, say, from a nearby construction project.

JEA has long-established relationships with many dialysis centers in our service territory and our Business Account Executives are conducting further outreach to put a “friendly face” to their JEA service.

We want to be their valued partner,” said Deb Beaver, JEA’s Director of Business Development and Community Project Management. “We understand that quality patient care is of primary importance and we want to do everything we can to facilitate that.”