We have compiled a selection of case studies from around the world to showcase how the Vernacare single-use system is supporting healthcare facilities in their fight against HCAIs.

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Manipal Hospitals

Vernacare and Manipal Hospitals work together to implement a new approach for Infection Prevention & Control

CUF Hospital Group - Portugal

Following the successful implementation of the Vernacare system in CUF Infante Santo, the CUF Descobertas, opened in 2001 opted for 10 Verna…

St Olavs University Hospital - Norway

Following the successful trial that took place in the geriatric ward, the first 30 pulp disposal units were installed with a further 40 mach…

Spire Healthcare Norwich - United Kingdom

Spire Healthcare has installed Vernacare’s innovative new infection prevention technology at its newly refurbished extended recovery unit at…

National University Hospital - Singapore

Vernacare and National University Hospital Singapore work together to implement a new approach for infection-control.

Himeji St. Mary's Hospital - Japan

Himeji St. Mary's enhance hygienic patient care whilst improving nurse productivity

Harrogate District Hospital - UK

Harrogate District Hospital adopts VernaFem female urinal to improve patient safety, comfort and dignity.

Bolton NHS Foundation Trust - UK

Royal Bolton Hospital selects Vernacare infection-prevention technology

Leeds Major Trauma Centre - UK

Leeds Major Trauma Centre partners with Vernacare to improve patient experience

Southern Health and Social Care Trust - UK

Vernacare helps Southern Health and Social Care Trust achieve top performance for infection prevention.

Burton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust - UK

Burton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has adopted best practice in infection prevention by installing Vernacare’s Vortex pulp disposal units…

Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust - UK

Vernacare were delighted to provide Great Ormond Street Hospital with a solution to help improve efficiency, reduce the risk of cross-infec…