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Conway is the county seat of Faulkner County, Arkansas, United States. The population was 58,908 at the 2010 census and 60,470 at the 2011 population estimate, making Conway the seventh most populous city in Arkansas. It is a principal city of the Little Rock�North Little Rock�Conway Metropolitan Statistical Area, which had 709,901 people in 2011 and with 886,992 people in the combined area. Conway is home to three post-secondary educational institutions, earning it the nickname “The City of Colleges.”
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MedPro Medical Waste Disposal Conway, Arkansas is Proud to Serve this City, Part of the Little Rock Metropolitan Area.
Conway is a city in Arkansas, part of the North Little Rock – Little Rock Metropolitan area and home to the University of Central Arkansas. Conway Regional Health System serves this area, as do doctors and nurses who work together to create an excellent healthcare system.
Medical waste is a common function of almost every medical facility. Definitions of what is considered medical waste are specific as to each state, but a general description is: Biomedical waste may be 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.
MedPro Medical Waste Disposal Conway, Arkansas has been an industry leader in medical waste disposal, serving healthcare communities across America with superior service, exemplary safety records and the lowest rates available.
Through the years MedPro has built solid relationships with doctors and administrators because we listen to them. They have repeatedly told us they need paper work simplified.
Doctors in Arkansas, and across the country face challenges in today’s ever-changing medical environment. On the Arkansas Medical Society Website for example: “The federal government is requiring medical providers, including 38,000 in Arkansas, to switch from the ICD-9 system to ICD-10. Those who submit bills using ICD-9 after Sept. 30 will have their claims rejected, said Tami Harlan, deputy director of the state’s Medicaid program.”
The MedPro Advantage is a series of common-sense benefits that combines cost and service into an individual program that customers have told us repeatedly: “It works!”
Cost: MedPro Medical Waste Disposal Conway, Arkansas accommodates customers with one-flat-fee plans and simple invoicing that never have mysterious add-on fees or charges. Our plans are based on a “right-sized” program of pick-ups uniquely suited to each customer’s needs.
Streamlining the pick-up and transportation of medical waste allows us to save money and we pass those savings on to customers.
Reducing risk makes work much easier for medical professionals. It’s a fact that as training and safety audits increase, accidents decrease, and that’s something everyone wants to see happen. MedPro has created a very valuable tool for customers: The MedPro Online Safety Compliance Portal is intended to support our customers and help them achieve their goals. This is a secure, cloud-based platform and includes training in ICD 10, OSHA, HIPPA, MSDS/SDS and also has safety audits and medical waste regulations.
Insurance is another risk-reducer, and MedPro has very substantial coverage because we want our customers to have the peace-of-mind that comes with that benefit.
Customer service is something else our customers have asked us to simplify. Hanging on hold for an hour just to press a button and then get hung up on is no way to run a business. MedPro created a very unique position in our company that is really making a difference: the Dedicated Customer Advocate. This person is assigned a limited number of accounts to focus on and assume ownership. When a customer call in, that is the contact person they deal with for all questions, comments or complaints about pick-ups, billing, or training. There is resolution expected, and the customer receives satisfaction before the issue is considered resolved.
Compliance is Critical: There are new regulations pointed to the medical community every day and many of them involve medical waste disposal. MedPro has found that the best way to succeed is to work as a team with our customer-partners, and so we do. We share information about safety and compliance online and with printed material that will help healthcare workers do their jobs better and safer.
Conway, Arkansas is a very desirable place to call home because of the southern hospitality, the natural beauty of the area, and the hard work and dedication of local medical professionals. MedPro is happy to be part of this wonderful community.
The city of Conway was founded by Asa P. Robinson, who came to Conway shortly after the Civil War. Robinson was the chief engineer for the Little Rock-Fort Smith Railroad (now the Union Pacific). Part of his compensation was the deed to a tract of land, one square mile, located near the old settlement of Cadron. When the railroad came through, Robinson deeded a small tract of his land back to the railroad for a depot site. He laid off a town site around the depot and named it Conway Station, in honor of a famous Arkansas family. Conway Station contained two small stores, two saloons, a depot, some temporary housing and a post office. Despite being founded as a railroad town, there currently exists no passenger service.