The Wray Community District Hospital and Clinic has completed the installation of needlepoint bi-polar ionization devices to the HVAC systems in the hospital, clinic, and Hillcrest Care Center & The Towers.
“Our new system ensures an additional level of cleanliness, enhancing an already robust cleaning practice within WCDH. With the installation of the air purification system, we can assure our patients that we are prioritizing safety,” said John Hart, CEO.
Using technology known as Needle-Point Bi-Polar Ionization (NPBI), the units begin to neutralize viruses within minutes, with laboratory testing showing 99.4% of SARS-CoV-2 (the cause of COVID) were inactive within 30 minutes. Research shows that this is the most effective air purification system available.
NPBI works by introducing ions into the indoor environments, which attach to airborne particles. The increased mass and size of the particles allows them to be captured by Heat, Ventilating and Airconditioning (HVAC) systems. In addition to viruses, the NPBI technology also kills molds and bacteria and reduces allergens and dust particles.
Wray Community District Hospital and Hillcrest Care Center and The Towers are open and allowing visitors. Masks are required for visitors at Hillcrest. You must wear a mask at the hospital if you have not been vaccinated.