MedPro Disposal offers medical waste disposal, infectious sharps waste management, OSHA compliance training including
bloodborne pathogens training and certification, and HIPAA-compliance document shredding and data destruction
services. MedPro Disposal keeps your practice safe and compliant so you can focus on what matters most, your patients.
Medical Waste & Sharps disposal can be a tricky business. Call MedPro today for a free compliance check.
MedPro Disposal’s Mail Back Pharmaceutical Waste Disposal Service makes it safe and easy to adhere to requirements.
MedPro Disposal is dedicated to helping educate you and your staff on ways to make compliance a simple and hassle-free part of your life.
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Tucson gets 350 days of sunshine annually – more than any other US city. There are some small towns on the outskirts of Tucson like Oro Valley and Marana which are located on the Northwest side of Tucson.
Oro Valley is considered by many to be the “Scottsdale” of Tucson and is a very popular little community of about 40,000 people.
There are 5 Mountain Ranges is the Tucson Area, The Catalina’s, The Tortolita’s, The Tucson Mountains, The Rincon’s and the Santa Rita’s.
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Tucson – Home to the University of Arizona College of Medicine. MedPro provides a full range of services here, ranging from pharmaceutical mailback to medical waste disposal Tucson, Arizona.
The presence of a large, esteemed medical school in a community can influence the quality of healthcare in the area, and this is the case in Tucson, Arizona. The University of Arizona Health Network is one of the largest employers in the region, with over 6,500 employees.
Hospitals in the area include Carondelet St. Mary’s Hospital, Banner – University Medical Center, and Northwest Medical Center. Thousands of dedicated medical professionals rely on partners in supporting industries for first-rate service to do their jobs effectively and focus on treating patients.
One such supporting industry is medical waste disposal. Most people don’t give much thought to the topic, but it’s crucial to the success of the healthcare industry as a whole and must be handled by qualified, trained, licensed, and insured companies and personnel.
When you’re visiting the doctor and you receive an injection or give a blood sample, the needle is dropped into a mysterious-looking container with a bio-hazard marking and most people don’t even like to look at it. But getting that container and its contents to a final point of disposal is the mission for MedPro Medical Waste Disposal Tucson, Arizona. Public safety and the safety of healthcare workers is involved, so it’s serious business.
In Arizona, medical waste, bio-hazardous materials, and associated items are defined in the Arizona Administrative Code, – Title 18 Chapter 13 – and compliance is regulated by the Department of Environmental Quality.
Hospitals and medical offices choose their medical waste handler by looking at cost, experience, compliance, service, and level of risk (insurance). At MedPro these are all combined into the MedPro Advantage much more than a catch-phrase. It’s our commitment that allows us to grow and reach goals.
Goals for Medical Professionals:
Control Costs: The deluge of regulations and paperwork experienced by the healthcare industry the last several years has been unprecedented. Insurance rules, federal regulations, and classifications have combined to force tighter-than-ever budgets. MedPro listens to our customers and we’ve adjusted.
MedPro is proud to offer simplified invoicing with one-flat-fee and zero add-on or unexpected charges. One a “right-sized” plan for pick-ups is agreed upon and established, that is it. No surprises.
Work with Experienced Partners: Medical professionals spend a long time in school. MedPro has spent a long time in the medical waste disposal business and all personnel are fully trained. In fact we share training with our customers with an online compliance portal that covers OSHA, HIPPA, safety audits, certifications, and Exposure Control Plans (ECP).
Maintain Compliance: MedPro services medical facilities across the country with different rules and regulations. We have earned an excellent reputation by making sure we follow the rules from pick-up to transportation to final disposal. Safety first.
First-class Customer Service: MedPro Medical Waste Disposal Tucson, Arizona is proud to offer every customer a Dedicated Customer Advocate. This person is introduced to customers on day one and remains the “go to” contact for any and all issues related to medical waste disposal. Billing questions, pick-up issues, or concerns about training are all handled by your responsive and courteous rep any time you call.
If a customer chooses, they may go through a portal for customer service and generate a ticket which is followed up promptly. MedPro’s national presence permits us the resources to make commitments and honor them. In the rare event a pick-up is not made on time it will be made right.
Lower Risk: Healthcare professionals have priorities, and the top three are patients, patients, and patients. Medical waste should be handled by the disposal company with no worry about accidents or liability once the waste leaves the facility. MedPro has always maintained substantial insurance coverage so that there is one less worry for our customers.
MedPro is a partner with all our customers, offering training, support materials, and literature for personnel including safety guides, tips on what goes in the red bag – what doesn’t, and we are flexible when a practice grows. A customized quote is available by calling 888-641-6131.
People who live and work in Tucson are fortunate to have world-class healthcare available, and MedPro is proud to be a partner in the medical community.
Here are some local Tucson resources if you have any questions pertaining to Medical Waste Storage, Transportation and Disposal.
Here is a handy list of local supply and other resources we have gathered that you should find useful.
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