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La Paz County created from Northern Yuma County: In 1982 an election was held to split Yuma County in two. Beginning on January First of 1983 La Paz County was created from the northern 45% of Yuma County. The county seat for La Paz County is in Parker Arizona.
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America’s “driest” City is served by MedPro Medical Waste Disposal Yuma, Arizona.
Located in southwest Arizona, Yuma has a population of approximately 100,000 full-time residents, but has as many as 85,000 winter residents who come to escape cold weather up north. Yuma is the least humid census designated area in the country, and it receives the highest amount of sunshine.
The Yuma Regional Medical Center serves the region and employs over 2,000 healthcare professionals.
When someone visits the doctor in Yuma and receives an injection or provides a blood sample, they most likely don’t think about what happens to the needle after it is dropped in to container marked “Bio-Hazard.” Most people don’t want to think about it.
Doctors, nurses, and practice managers who must not only treat patients, but run a profitable practice think about it. Medical waste is removed, transported, and disposed of by a licensed medical waste disposal company and the selection of an appropriate company is critical.
The choice is important because medical waste contains potentially hazardous materials that could injure or kill someone if not handled properly. The issue of cost is also critical because the healthcare community has been forced to tighten budgets. Every expense for a doctor’s office or hospital must be carefully scrutinized.
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.
Stories in the news recently have focused on the spread of very hazardous diseases like Ebola. There are dozens of other infectious illnesses which can be spread through the mishandling of medical waste, so the importance of only qualified personnel dealing with medical waste cannot be overstated.
MedPro Medical Waste Disposal Yuma, Arizona has an extensive and exemplary safety record, which is due to proper training and compliance with regulations.
The MedPro Advantage is a program created in response to years of listening to medical professionals who have prioritized their concerns:
MedPro is constantly evolving, constantly developing more efficient programs and procedures. We are pleased to offer customers an unwanted drug disposal program. Patients should be encouraged not to dispose of drugs down the drain or in the regular trash as this can be very dangerous.
People who live and work in Yuma, Arizona are fortunate to enjoy some of the best weather on Earth. They are also fortunate to experience excellent medical care provided by a community of diligent and well trained healthcare professionals who work as a team to heal the sick and keep the healthy people well. MedPro is proud to be part of this winning team.
Here are some local Yuma 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. Hoppstetter’s Office Products, Inc. is a locally-owned store providing office supplies, furniture, document processing and more.
Telegraph Pass Wrong Way Freeway: When Interstate 8 was built through Telegraph Pass in the 60's, engineers were faced with a challenge. They needed to keep the grades at less than 6 percent in both directions. Due to the terrain it was not possible to widen the existing U.S 80 highway to the width required for the freeway. The solution was found by examining the previous routes through the Gila Mountains. The Eastbound route simply used the existing route of the U.S. 80 highway that had been built in 1948. The Westbound route was built to generally follow the alignment of the original 1928 U.S. 80 roadway. In order to keep the grade under 6 percent the road had to be straightened somewhat. The other issue was the 1928 alignment crossed over the 1948 alignment. This lead to the unusual arrangement of the Westbound lanes being to the South instead of the North.