Emory Chooses Patient Safety with Green Technology

By April 21, 2010 No Comments
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04/21/2010 // Riverdale, NJ, USA // Camfil // Lynne Laake // (press release)

Atlanta, GA (news)–Hospital acquired infections (HAIs) are a huge problem, causing high numbers of mortality and morbidity throughout health care facilities. The control of airborne particles with the right filtration system is a necessity to maintain cleanliness throughout patient care areas, surgical suites, operating rooms, and hospital facilities. A recent article published in EHS Today, reveals how Emory University jumped at the chance to improve air quality and reduce costs by selecting Camfil air filters and air filtration engineering systems.

Emory University Hospital enhanced their Midtown air filtration system and chose clean air with Camfil filter technology. With air quality as a top priority in hospitals throughout the United States, proper air filtration of airborne particles is in top demand and required by several federal agencies to maintain clean and sterile air environments.

Mechanical contractors who recently evaluated Emory University Hospital in Atlanta selected Camfil air filters to achieve the best air quality because they are specifically engineered for health care settings, clean rooms, and similar environments for the entire air filtration overhaul project. Camfil filters were found to reduce costs, energy usage, materials and filter change-out labor with a return investment on the 5 Star Energy Efficient filters in less than a year. Bottom line, patients, hospital staff and visitors breathe easier- and so does the Director of Facilities.

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