MedPro Disposal offers medical waste disposal, infectious sharps waste management, OSHA compliance training including
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Colorado Springs is located in the east central portion of the state. It is situated on Fountain Creek and is located 65 miles south of the Colorado State Capitol in Denver. Located directly off of Interstate 25, just 20 minutes from the Colorado Springs Airport or 1.5 hours by car from Denver’s International Airport.
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Colorado Springs, home of the Air Force Academy is Serviced by MedPro Medical Waste Disposal Colorado Springs, CO.
Colorado Springs is the second most populous city in Colorado with a population near 500,000 people. It is a scenic and picturesque city at the edge of the southern Rocky Mountains and is served by St. Francis Medical Center and Memorial Hospital North.
A medical community in any city has to work together as a team, or a chain. Each unit depends on the next, and when one link breaks, everything falls apart.
On the front lines of healthcare delivery in Colorado Springs are doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals. Other links in the chain are supporting personnel and companies such as pharmacies, emergency responders, medical gases suppliers, and medical waste disposal companies.
Medical waste, also known as bio-hazardous 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 the State of Colorado medical waste is regulated by the Department of Public Health & Environment, and the pertinent definitions, rules, and regulations can be found here.
Compliance with regulations pertaining to medical waste is mandatory, and there is no room for misunderstanding or variance. These rules are there to protect the public health and the health and safety of healthcare workers.
MedPro Medical Waste Disposal Colorado Springs, CO takes a very responsive approach to business: listen to your customers and give them what they need to do their jobs better, and save them money. It’s pretty basic but it’s also pretty rare. The MedPro Advantage is a series of benefits and services designed to deliver the best service at the lowest cost:
Doctors have told us they need excellent service. MedPro Medical Waste Disposal Colorado Springs, CO prides itself on a sterling record of on-time pick-ups and safe transport and disposal. In the very rare case of a missed pick-up it will be made right with a credit.
Working in tandem with service is customer support. MedPro has created a unique position we call the Dedicated Customer Advocate. This is a person introduced to every customer on day one who is primarily responsible for all issues, questions, complaints, and compliments about MedPro Disposal. When a customer calls MedPro customer support they ask for their advocate. They speak with their advocate, and they receive prompt resolution. Our customers are never left pushing buttons and speaking with a robot.
The healthcare industry is inundated with paperwork and regulations so we do what we can to reduce that burden. The MedPro invoice is simplified and based on a one-flat-fee plan of service. Our customers are never surprised by “fuel surcharges” or “documentation fees” – just a simple invoice that can be paid electronically or by mail.
We have been told by our customers that the medical community needs an easier way to stay on point with training, safety procedures, and certifications. MedPro responded with the Online Safety Compliance Portal, a secure platform with modules for HIPPA, OSHA, HazCom as well as safety audits, Medical Data Safety Sheets, fire prevention plans, exposure control plans, and more. There is also an ICD 10 conversion tool and access to regulations. It is a wealth of resources and information we created in response to our customer’s needs.
The medical community in Colorado Springs includes specialty physicians and facilities with special needs. As an industry leader there aren’t too many things we haven’t seen and we are pleased to act as a consultative partner when any customer has a special request. We are always happy to have a conversation about growth issues, re-locating, anything.
The stereotypical idea that doctors spend a lot of time lounging around the country club or playing golf is very untrue. Today’s physician is deluged with problems getting paid, new restrictions, increased paperwork, and a host of other problems. Turning a profit is tough.
We see these realities every day which is why MedPro has committed to remain on the “helping” rather than the “hindering” side of our customers. We go above just doing our job and then waiting for payment. We are part of a team, and if we’re not helping, we’re hindering.
Doing business with MedPro is easy, and it starts with getting a quote. That’s as simple as calling 888-641-6131.
Here are some local Colorado Springs 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.
Colorado Springs has many natural and man-made attractions including the U.S. Air Force Academy, U.S. Olympic Training Center, Royal Gorge Bridge & Park, Pikes Peak - America's Mountain, Garden of the Gods Park, Seven Falls, Cave of the Winds and the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo. Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak region is warm in the summer and moderate in the spring, fall and winter. Classified as an "alpine desert," the dry, clean air was once a destination to heal tuberculosis patients.