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AdventHealth Connerton First Specialty Acute Care in the US to Test New Footwear Sanitizing Stations
Date:2/19/2019

AdventHealth Connerton is the first specialty acute care facility in the nation to test the PathO3Gen Solutions Footwear Sanitizing Stations to maximize infection control for patients and their families. The patented, new technology uses proactive Solestice 3/15 TechnologyTM to kill superbugs such as MRSA and C. difficile, which can be transmitted from the bottoms of shoes to patients, visitors and staff. Within six seconds of stepping onto the station, a person’s shoes are decontaminated, decreasing the spread of infectious illness. Nine of the innovative stations will be tested throughout the facility.

“The safety of our patients is our number one priority, and we are committed to having the most advanced technology to deliver the best care possible,” said Debi Martoccio, Chief Operating Officer of AdventHealth Connerton. “These sanitizing stations allow us to establish new protocols that proactively prevent infections to ensure the best possible outcomes for patients while they’re in our care.”

AdventHealth Connerton is excited to partner with St. Petersburg, FL company Green Earth Medical Solutions to bring this one of a kind technology to our facility.

"We are excited to work with the team at AdventHealth Connerton to positively influence the patient, employee and visitor experience,” said Scott Beal, Chief Operating Officer of Green Earth Medical Solutions. “Our patented technology is the only shoe sanitizing solution that combines the power of both UVC and ozone. Implementation of this technology will enhance all other safety protocols currently put in place by the forward-thinking team at AdventHealth Connerton. Our mission is to provide technology that both prevents infections and saves lives. We are honored that AdventHealth Connerton has chosen to join us in this mission.”

AdventHealth is on the forefront of innovation and technology to elevate patient care. Other leading-edge equipment at AdventHealth Connerton includes the latest in cardiac monitoring, smart IV pumps and the BeSmart Safe Mobility and Reposition Transfer program.

About AdventHealth West Florida Division (Formerly Florida Hospital)
The West Florida Division of AdventHealth has some of the nation’s brightest medical minds making lifesaving breakthroughs with surgical pioneers, scientists and researchers using leading edge technology and innovation to deliver our brand of whole-person care. Our network of care includes AdventHealth Carrollwood, AdventHealth Connerton, AdventHealth Dade City, AdventHealth Lake Placid, AdventHealth North Pinellas, AdventHealth Ocala, AdventHealth Sebring, AdventHealth Tampa, AdventHealth Wauchula, AdventHealth Wesley Chapel and AdventHealth Zephyrhills, as well as three freestanding offsite Emergency Rooms including AdventHealth Central Pasco ER, AdventHealth Palm Harbor ER and AdventHealth TimberRidge ER. We are more than hospitals, as we have a robust system of care including specialty acute care, over 200 primary care and specialty employed physicians, Express Care at Walgreens clinics, urgent care centers, wound care, physical therapy and home health care. AdventHealth (remove comma) is a faith-based not-for-profit health care system with a mission of Extending the Healing Ministry of Christ. AdventHealth has hundreds of care sites and nearly 50 hospitals across the United States. For more information about AdventHealth, visit AdventHealth.com, or Facebook.com/AdventHealth, and for West Florida Division, click here.

About AdventHealth Connerton
AdventHealth Connerton opened its doors in 2009. The primary objective of this acute care specialty hospital is to provide care to medically complex patients. By extending a patient’s hospital stay, the goal is to provide a longer time to heal in a hospital setting. AdventHealth Connerton is a 50-bed all private room facility providing services to patients and their families from a regional area encompassing a 50-mile radius from central Pasco County. Patients are admitted from a five-county area and from approximately 25+ acute care hospitals. The facility became part of Adventist Health System in 2010. The 48,000-square foot, facility has all private rooms, an operating room for minor inpatient procedures, a chapel, inner courtyard and dining area — all specially designed for an extended hospital stay.

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