Purdue University startup creates bedside hand-washing system

Project Process created a portable bedside sink

June 18, 2020

A Purdue University-affiliated startup has created a way for patients to wash their hands using soap and water without leaving their hospital or medical beds, according to an article on the Purdue website.

Angie Washburn, a respiratory therapist and entrepreneur, founded Project Process and created a portable bedside sink.

Hancock Regional Hospital in Greenfield, Ind., is serving as a testing site for the bedside sink technology.

Project Process gained a grant from the Indiana Technical Assistance Program.

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