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MedPro Disposal offers medical waste disposal, infectious sharps waste management, OSHA compliance training including
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Little Rock is the capital and the largest city of the U.S. state of Arkansas. The Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) had a population of 717,666 people in the 2012 census estimate. The MSA is included in the Little Rock-North Little Rock, AR Combined Statistical Area, which had a population of 893,610 in the 2012 census estimate. As of the 2010 US Census, Little Rock had a city proper population of 193,524. It is the county seat of Pulaski County.
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MedPro Medical Waste Disposal Little Rock, AR Partners with Healthcare Professionals in the State Capitol and Largest Arkansas City.
Little Rock derives its name from a small rock formation found by the French in 1799 which they called “Le Petit Roche.” The city is home to the Arkansas Children’s Hospital, The Arkansas Heart Hospital, and Baptist Health Medical Center.
A community of doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals coordinate with all the Little Rock Hospitals and clinics to form a highly regarded healthcare system, making life better for everyone who lives and works in the region. The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences is located in Little Rock and has a powerful and positive influence over healthcare in the area.
A regional network of healthcare works best when it works as a team. The front-line physicians and nurses work with support industries like pharmacies and drug companies, emergency responders, and medical waste disposal companies.
MedPro Medical Waste Disposal Little Rock, AR is pleased to be part of the Little Rock medical community and to serve as an integral component of the effort to always improve an already world-class healthcare delivery system.
Medical waste or 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.
Compliance with these and related local and federal regulations is mandatory for healthcare providers and for MedPro. The rules were created to protect public safety and they are to be followed with no exceptions.
MedPro Disposal has worked with doctors and medical administrators across America and listened to their concerns about working efficiently and effectively in a rapidly changing and increasingly regulated industry. We have responded with the MedPro Advantage:
Cost – Doctors have been inundated with increased costs due in part to increased paperwork and regulations. They have asked us to streamline invoicing, pick-ups and customer service.
Every MedPro customer receives a pick-plan that is “right-sized” for their individual needs. If they need 4 pick-ups per month, we don’t schedule 5, or 3. We also try to congregate pick-ups in the same geographic area with other facilities and on the same days. This is common-sense streamlining that saves us time and money and we pass those savings on to customers. We are a very cost-conscious company.
Invoices from MedPro are one-flat-rate without extra fees or surcharges. The medical community asked us for such a system and we responded.
Training – A unique and very valuable benefit doctors asked us for is an online training platform to help their personnel stay compliant and safe. MedPro responded with our Online Safety Compliance Portal, a secure, cloud-based platform with a wealth of information and training modules related to OSHA, HIPPA, HazCom, ICD 10 rules and conversion codes. Safety audits are part of the system, as are certifications. Fire prevention, exposure control, emergency preparedness, even information on how to prepare for onsite OSHA inspections. It’s all there for our customers.
Customer Support – Doctors and nurses have no time to hold on the phone and wait to push a button for a computer-generated robot voice. MedPro Medical Waste Disposal Little Rock, AR created a new and important position within our company, the Dedicate Customer Advocate. This is a real person who is introduced to our every customer on day one of our service. The customer advocate assumes ownership of customer accounts and is responsible for a delivering a satisfactory resolution to every question, concern, compliment, or complaint. “The buck stops here” is the motto for our dedicated advocates.
Extra Help – We are more than a pick-up service. MedPro acts as a consultative partner to our customers to lend our expertise and knowledge base whenever possible. We are happy to supply printed material and posters for display in offices and labs. “What goes in the red bag, and what doesn’t” and reminders about proper handling of needles can make medical facilities more efficient and safer.
Little Rock is a vibrant and healthy city because of the dedication of people who work in schools, hospitals, clinics, doctor’s offices, and support industries who come together as a team. MedPro is proud to be a member of that team and contribute.
Meyers Bakery in Little Rock invented the brown-n-serve roll in the 1930s. Little Rock is the place that gave America the cheese dog in 1956. This hot dog was created at the Finkbeiner Meat Packing Company and is a frankfurter with cheese inserted into its middle. In 2011 Forbes magazine named Little Rock one of the cleanest cities in America. Little Rock, Arkansas is the home to the American Taekwondo World Headquarters.