Tru-D donates UVC disinfection device to Church Health
In addition to acute care facilities, non-profit clinics across the country are seeing an influx of patients who may or may not have access to health care.
Church Health, also located in Tru-D‘s headquarters in Memphis, Tennessee, is a non-profit organization that provides comprehensive health care and health services to individuals with little or no access to health care. In the past year alone, Church Health had 62,861 patient encounters.
In addition, Church Health has extended training, education and outreach to countless individuals and organizations with the goal of fostering physical, emotional and mental well-being among patients, participants, families and the community at-large.
Ultimately, Church Health provides care for some of the most vulnerable members of the Mid-south community.
In order to help Church Health advance its mission to provide impeccable patient care, Tru-D donated a unit to the facility to help provide an extra layer of cleanliness in addition to its manual cleaning protocols, strict hand-washing and antibiotic stewardship.
“Tru-D and PDI Healthcare are proud to support the Church Health Center by providing this technology to help ensure a cleaner environment for its patients,” said Chuck Dunn, president of Tru-D SmartUVC.
PDI Healthcare recently acquired Tru-D SmartUVC to provide facilities with a holistic, layered approach to disinfection.
“We have a whole new level of confidence among our medical staff,” explained Randy Kostiuk, community engagement and outreach manager at Church Health. “This is a terrific addition to our already diligent cleaning. And on top of that, members of the Tru-D team spent more than an hour demonstrating how to use the Tru-D machine. They treated us like loyal customers—and this is a donation! All of us are extremely grateful for the donation and for this new partnership.”
Learn more about what Church Health is doing amid the COVID-19 pandemic here.