In this exclusive video interview, Building Better Healthcare talks to Alan Murrell, chief executive of Kwickscreen, about its work within the healthcare sector and plans for the future
This article is sponsored by KwickScreen
KwickScreen was born out of the dedication to solve the issue of healthcare associated infections (HCAIs).
Now, more than a decade later, KwickScreen supplies healthcare systems globally; to every NHS trust in the UK and over 250 hospitals in the US, and exports to more than 15 different countries.
KwickScreen is at the forefront of infection control in healthcare and its team of designers and engineers have spent the last 12 years working tirelessly alongside the NHS, with its award-winning portable, retractable hospital screens creating safe spaces for patients every day.
In this interview, we speak to company chief executive, Alan Murrell, about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the business and how he sees the company continuing to support the health and care sectors in the future
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