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Clarksville is a city in Johnson County, Arkansas, United States. The 2011 population estimate was 9,251. The city is the county seat of Johnson County. Clarksville is nestled between the Arkansas River and the foot hills of the Ozark Mountains and Interstate 40 and US Hwy 64 intersect within the city limits. Clarksville-Johnson County is widely known for its peaches, scenic byways and abundance of natural outdoor recreational activities.
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MedPro Medical Waste Disposal Clarksville, AR is proud to Serve the Medical Community in this Beautiful Small City.
Clarksville is a delightful small city nestled between the foothills of the Ozark Mountains and the Arkansas River. Home to the Johnson County Peach Festival, Clarksville is served by the Johnson Regional Medical Center as well as many doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals who work hard to make life better for everyone in Johnson County.
MedPro Medical Waste Disposal Clarksville, AR is a national company with a small company attitude and commitment to personal service. We work with doctor’s offices in rural towns and large medical centers in the largest cities in America. We never forget that doctors demand excellence from their partners in support roles, which includes the medical waste industry.
Medical waste, or bio-hazardous waste, is defined as solid or liquid. Examples of infectious waste include discarded blood, sharps, unwanted microbiological cultures and stocks, identifiable body parts, other human or animal tissue, used bandages and dressings, discarded gloves, other medical supplies that may have been in contact with blood and body fluids.
In Arkansas, there are specific definitions for medical waste and facilities as well as rules pertaining to transportation, storage, and disposal of hazardous materials and waste. The Arkansas Department of Health publishes this information in Ark. Code Ann. 20-7-109 and Ark. Code Ann. 20-32-101 – 112.
Doctors and Hospitals are charged with treating and healing sick people as well as keeping healthy people well. In addition to that, they are required to document everything they do to the government and insurance companies, which makes quite a mountain of additional work for them and their office staffs. Another issue is selecting partners in various support industries to contract with and then to actually make sure they have a profit at the end of the day. It’s a lot of work!
MedPro Disposal has worked with physicians in all specialties over the years and we have listened to what they say is most important in the medical waste business. What they have told us they want is:
Low Costs: We responded with the lowest rates in the industry. We accomplish this with efficiency and because we have resources accorded a national company. Doctors asked for simplified invoicing. Done. Our invoices are based on a one-flat-fee with no “surcharges” or other surprises.
Right-Sized Service: MedPro works out a plan with every customer based on their needs and their budget. Not our needs and our budget. We then commit to honor that plan and build a relationship based on our performance. Performance leads to trust, which leads to a long-term relationship!
Superior Customer Service: MedPro instituted a new concept in customer service that we are very proud of, the Dedicated Customer Advocate. This is a person at MedPro who is introduced on the first day of a customer’s relationship. Every aspect of a new customer’s business becomes the business of the “point person” who takes ownership of the account. Every question, issue, or concern about anything, billing, service, training, comes under the purview of that customer advocate.
Risk Management: Due to the potential danger handling medical waste and bio-hazardous waste, safety is number one. MedPro personal are thoroughly trained on every aspect of handling and transporting medical waste, and so must healthcare professionals.
This is why MedPro Medical Waste Disposal Clarksville, AR has developed a totally unique benefit: The MedPro Online Safety Compliance Portal. A cloud-based secure platform for all the required training and certifications like OSHA, HIPPA, MSDS, ICD 10, HazCom, safety with sharps. Also online are safety audits and all the regulations pertaining to medical waste handling.
We also distribute printed material to our customers such as “How to Prepare for and Handle Unannounced Onsite OSHA Inspections.” Anything we can do to help keep your staff safe, we’ll do it.
Insurance provides peace-of-mind, and MedPro has a lot of it. We have always maintained a substantial level of coverage, over and above what is required. Once the medical waste has left a facility, it is out sight and out of mind for our customers.
Clarksville is a very desirable place to work and live because of the natural beauty of the mountains and rivers, the small-town charm and friendly people, even the peaches! It is also a healthy place because of dedicated medical professionals working hard to maintain a first-rate healthcare system.
Clarksville is home to the Johnson County Peach Festival. Starting in 1938. It is a nearly week long event (starts on a Tuesday and ends on Saturday) and attracts visitors from all over the country. Activities and events include Barbershop chorus, gospel music, good ol' home cookin, handmade arts and crafts, street dance, frog jumping contest, terrapin derby, greased pig chase, a 4-mile run, parade, jam and jelly bake-off and of course peach and peach cobbler eating contests. It all concludes with the crowning of Queen Elberta, Miss Arkansas Valley and Miss Teen Arkansas Valley pageants. This year's Peach Festival kicks off June 16.