The Southeastern Med Auxiliary recently purchased a Xenex Germ-Zapping Robot for the medical center. The robot uses Full-Spectrum ultraviolet (UV) light to quickly destroy harmful bacteria, viruses, fungi and bacterial spores. The portable disinfection system is effective against even the most dangerous pathogens. This winter, Central Elementary School students were given the unique opportunity to help name Southeastern Med's new robot. The names were then voted upon by Southeastern Med's Environmental Services Department. Students Kyle Carendish and Moriah Pheil suggested the winning name, "Moby", and were each given a prize from Southeastern Med. Pictured are Kyle Carendish and Moriah Pheil, Central Elementary School students; Debbie Hare, Environmental Services technician at Southeastern Med; and Cathy McIntire, RN CNOR, director of Infection Prevention at Southeastern Med.