Selected as the "2014 Patient Safety Challenge Winner", Pullman Regional Hospital in Washington State has incorporated a variety of antimicrobial copper products throughout their facility. Scroll down to see all the beautiful images.
Located in Washington State, Pullman Regional, is an innovative center taking advantage of copper touch surfaces
Scott Adams, CEO of Pullman Regional, is proud to offer his patients the highest level of protection
Staff member scrubs clean from sink with faucet handles made of copper
Full image of the washing station which utilizes copper on its high touch point
Hospital's automatic door activation buttons are frequently touched but rarely washed
The entire cabinet does not need to be made of copper to be effective against bacteria, only the highly touched handles
A Pullman Regional employee inspects and cleans the cabinet pull before installation
Ed Harrich, Director of Surgical Services, is pleased to see copper surfaces throughout his facility
Jeannie Eylar, R.N, Chief Clinical Officer was excited to hear that Pullman Region was a finalist for the 'Patient Safety Challenge'
IV poles are not only frequently touched but also move constantly throughout a facility, luckily this one has a copper handle
A Pullman Regional staff member touches the copper handle while transporting this IV Pole
This copper IV pole handle will kill the 99.9% of the bacteria that lands on its surface