Listen to the Experts

Health care experts are talking increasingly about Tru-D and its proven ability to kill harmful pathogens that put patients at risk. Below are videos highlighting how Tru-D works and why the robot is leading the way in infection prevention technology.

Demo of Tru-D SmartUVC

News Tribune Segment

Houston Methodist, Houston, Texas

Robot uses ultraviolet light to increase patient safety at Houston Methodist.

Bon Secours Virginia Health System Deploys Tru-D

Six of the five-foot robots are now in use at several Bon Secours hospitals in Richmond, including three at St. Mary’s Hospital, one at St. Francis Medical Center and one at Memorial Regional Medical Center, as well as one at Mary Immaculate Hospital in Newport News, Va.

Tru-D Robots Protect Patients at Bon Secours

“The acquisition of this technology is simply another way that we’re working to protect the integrity of our health care environment, and ultimately safeguard the well-being of every single patient who walks through our doors,” said Khiet N. Trinh, M.D., chief medical officer, Bon Secours St. Mary’s Hospital. “Tru-D offers an important added line of defense that will ensure enhanced patient outcomes.”

St. Francis Hospital, Topeka, Kansas

Tru-D helps protect patients at St. Francis Hospital in Topeka, Kansas.

Tru-D on FOX News

FOX News talks about how Tru-D is aiding in the ‘war on germs’ at hospitals across the country.

UnityPoint Health

UnityPoint leadership discusses how Tru-D serves as added ammunition for protecting both patients and staff.

HOI 19 ABC – UnityPoint Health

Local Peoria, Illinois news station ABC 19 visited UnityPoint Health to discuss how they are using Tru-D as an added line of defense against hospital-acquired infections.

Sarasota Memorial Hospital

Greg Rosenberger speaks to Sarasota, Florida’s ABC Action News about the hospital’s frequent use of Tru-D to disinfect critical areas.

FOX News – ‘Germbot’ Deployed 

Here’s another look at FOX News coverage of Tru-D’s role in the ‘war on germs.’

Memphis Robots Fighting Ebola

When, Tru-D deployed to Liberia, we talked to our local station WMC-TV Action News 5 about the effort to assist struggling hospitals in one of the most severe areas in West Africa.

Tru-D on France24’s #Tech24

Anelise Borges speaks with Dr. Deal about sending Tru-D to Liberia to aid in the fight against Ebola.

Tru-D on The Doctors

Tru-D visited the set of The Doctors. Check out this video to learn how UV disinfection is changing infection control efforts at hospitals around the country.

Tru-D Demonstration

Tru-D SmartUVC is the leading UV disinfection robot on the market today. This video explains, and demonstrates, why Tru-D is changing infection prevention in health care settings.

Client Testimonial

Vancouver General Hospital took advantage of Tru-D’s intuitive germ-eliminating technologies early on. Check out this client testimonial to learn more about why Tru-D is the best choice for hospitals.

Tru-D SmartUVC as seen on NBC News

NBC News reports on how Tru-D is helping to eliminate a worldwide threat—the growing Ebola outbreak in West Africa.

  • Last year, our hospital had 81 cases of hospital-acquired C. diff. We’re on pace to have about one-third fewer hospital-acquired infections of all kinds this year, a decrease I attribute to the whole-room disinfection technologies we’ve added to our manual cleaning.

    Randy Barnes

    St. Charles Bend

  • We are dedicated to providing the highest level of care for our patients and the safest healthcare environment possible for our staff and physicians. Investing in Tru-D technology is a testament to that dedication and also to our continued commitment to implement innovative, state-of-the-art technology.

    Amy Griffin

    Vice President of Patient Care — Archbold Medical Center

  • Using an iPad outside the room, our staff turns on Tru-D remotely and begins a single disinfection cycle. The robot is able to compensate for room variables such as size, shape and contents to deliver the precise dose of UV energy needed throughout the entire room. The technology...

    Josh Moore

    Vice President of Operations — Archbold Medical Center

  • Tru-D is the only UV disinfection system on the market that has been evaluated for effectiveness in a randomized clinical trial — conducted by Duke and funded by the CDC. We are pleased to now be able to offer this infection prevention technology to our patients and to...

    Gar Atchison

    CEO — Frye Regional Medical Center

  • Pocono Medical Center is dedicated to providing the safest hospital environment possible through the adoption of cutting-edge technologies and protocols. Tru-D technology takes an extra step toward hospital-acquired infection prevention while providing confidence for both our patients and staff that we are committed to their safety.

    Dr. William Cors

    Vice President and Chief Medical Officer — Pocono Medical Center

  • Our number one priority at Lehigh Valley is to keep our patients and staff safe. Tru-D provides us with the best strategy to enhance our environmental cleaning program.  The result is a clean and safe environment for our patients that may prevent and/or reduce infections.

    Terry Burger

    Director of Infection Prevention — Lehigh Valley Health Network — Allentown, Pennsylvania

  • In my hospital, patient outcomes are of utmost importance. As Director of Surgical Services, the cleanliness of the operating environments lies on my shoulders. I care enough about my patients to visit each of them post-operation and educate them on our process so that they know I use...

    Ralph Taylor

    Director of Surgical Services — Oak Hill Hospital — Brooksville, Florida

  • Tru-D is environmentally friendly — using no chemicals while killing germs in the hospital. This high-powered ultraviolet light has moved cleaning rooms and equipment to a higher level. We want our patients to have the safest health care we can provide.

    Sonya Ehrhardt

    Director of Infection Prevention and Control — Regional Medical Center (Orangeburg, South Carolina)

  • Covenant Medical Center and Satori Medical Center are using Tru-D to combat hospital-acquired infections in patients rooms, operating rooms, labor and delivery units and the pediatrics unit. The robots are also very portable and can be deployed at our other faculties as needed.

    Randy Vorland

    Director of Environmental Services — Covenant Medical Center & Satori Medical Center

  • The efforts of housekeeping in implementing several new processes and technologies, such as Tru-D, has really helped to reduce the incidence of health care-acquired infections.

    Anne Myron

    Infection Control Practitioner — Palos Community Hospital