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Hartford is the capital of Connecticut and the historic seat of Hartford County until Connecticut disbanded county government in 1960. As of the 2010 Census, Hartford’s population was 124,775, making it Connecticut’s fourth-largest city after the coastal cities of Bridgeport, New Haven, and Stamford.
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The city of Hartford services as the State capital of Connecticut. Hartford is the fourth largest city within the state of Connecticut with a total population 124,893. Also, it is among the oldest cities in the United States, as it was founded in 1637 when English settlers begin to arrive. Thomas Hooker, lead about 100 Puritans to the land in June of 1636. He would thus create a lasting colony and also a form of government that influenced the creation of the United States Constitution a century and half later. The name of Hartford originated from one of Thomas Hooker’s assistants, Samuel Stone, whose birthplace was Hertford, England.
Hartford has adopted the nickname of “Insurance Capital of the World”. This boom first began during the early 1800’s when a group of merchants were concerned about the risks of fires, pirates, storms and accidents. Leading to the creation of the first insurance company in U.S. in 1810, Hartford Fire Insurance Group. Our nation’s oldest insurance company still operates in the city as Hartford Insurance Company. Soon, the biggest insurance companies within the world would flock to the city. Still today, Hartford is home to many of the country’s oldest and largest insurance carriers: Aetna, The Hartford, Travelers, United healthcare, and Lincoln National. According to Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development, Connecticut has the high number of insurance professionals per capita in the U.S.
Hartford serves as a center for medical center for the greater region. Within the city itself, there are numerous healthcare facilities: Hartford Hospitals, The Institute of Living, Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, and Stint Francis Hospital & Medical Center. Theses facilities produce a hefty amount of medical waste daily.
MedPro Disposal will service the removal of your medical waste for your facility at an affordable cost. The programs that MedPro Disposal has to offer include: medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical mailback, and OSHA compliance training. On average, we see that customers save anywhere from 20-40% when choosing MedPro Disposal.
Medical waste disposal is MedPro’s bread and butter. Call us today and we will develop with you a personalized plan for removing the medical waste that your facility produces. The strategy will be developed based off of the current fluctuation and how often the medical waste is currently being picked-up for disposal. The program begins with you being provided red-lined cardboard boxes that will collect the medical waste. On your scheduled pick up date, the boxes will collected. The whole process is restarted by MedPro Disposal providing you with new boxes on your scheduled pick up date.
MedPro Disposal offers a unique program that will ensure of the safe disposal of all unused or unwanted pharmaceuticals for the Hartford area. The Pharmaceutical mailback program will give you the ability to dispose of medications with ease without being costly. A 2.5 gallon OTC/Rx bucket will be provided to your practice and will collect theses unused or expired medications. This program is also a great way to eliminate charges from your monthly bills due to the fact that our buckets are a only a one-time fee. Due to this, you have the ability to take 1 week or 1 year to fill up the bucket. Once filled, simply attach the prepaid UPS return label that comes equipped with the bucket and place it in the mail.
OSHA compliance training is essential for your employees. Without any training, you facility risks possibly hefty fines. MedPro Disposals OSHA compliance training makes it simple for your employees to learn the crucial knowledge. Rather than having to travel to obtain this knowledge, our training is all done through our online portal. With knowing the type of medical waste your facility sees and the type of equipment employees handle, our courses can be shaped differently to provide specific knowledge. After completing each section within the course, tests are required to ensure the knowledge is being retained. Upon course completion, certificates are awarded and can be accessed online for filing purposes.
MedPro Disposal can greatly benefit the healthcare providers of the Hartford region. Through one of our programs, your facility will worry less about hidden fees and being overcharged. MedPro Disposal’s programs include: medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical mailback, and OSHA compliance training. Forget about dealing with your trash, MedPro Disposal will take care of it. Thus, letting you give the residents of Hartford the healthcare service they deserve.
Charles Bulfinch (1763-1844), the first nationally recognized American architect, completed his first public building, the Old State House in 1796 The Old State House is the oldest state house in America