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MedPro Disposal offers medical waste disposal, infectious sharps waste management, OSHA compliance training including
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West Haven is home to the University of New Haven, a U.S. Veterans Affairs hospital, and Yale Field, a baseball park for the Yale University teams and formerly the home field for minor league baseball teams. The Yale Bowl, the home field of the Yale Bulldogs, is in New Haven, near the West Haven border.
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MedPro Medical Waste Disposal West Haven, CT serves this City as part of the New Haven Metropolitan Area.
The city of West Haven, Connecticut was incorporated in 1921, but its history goes back to 1648 when the first household was recorded. It is well-served by the VA Medical Center as well as the New Haven metropolitan area healthcare community which includes Yale-New Haven Hospital.
Medical facilities including hospitals, clinics, and doctor’s offices in West Haven have in common the by-product of medical waste. Also called bio-medical waste and bio-hazardous waste, these items which include needs and other sharp instruments are potentially very hazardous and must be handles only by qualified personnel in the employ of licensed and insured companies.
MedPro Disposal is a national company that serves the West Haven medical community as a partner in the cooperative effort to deliver first-rate healthcare efficiently and safely. As a long-term partner in the healthcare industry, MedPro has listened to the concerns of doctors, nurses, and administrators and we have pledged to be a solution based responsive company.
The healthcare industry faces challenges unlike any other time in history, mostly on the business side of medicine. These changes include new and complex regulations, insurance requirements, and financial constraints that have placed budgets under extreme duress.
Our customers have told us they are concerned with rising costs and we have responded with the most competitive rates in the industry:
Medical professionals have also told us they want easy access to required training and certifications, and our response is the MedPro Online Safety Compliance Portal. This is a powerful platform for hospitals and doctor’s offices to plan and execute their fire safety, exposure control, and emergency preparedness plans. It is also a source for training on OSHA, HazCom, HIPPA regulations and includes a conversion tool for ICD9 to ICD10 codes. Finally, the platform includes a vast library of rules and regulations for easy reference.
In Connecticut, bio-medical waste is regulated in the interest of public health and safety by the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP). They define medical waste as Biomedical Waste (BMW) – -any infectious, pathological and/or chemotherapy waste generated during the administration of medical care or the performance of medical research involving humans or animals. The definition of BMW excludes hazardous and radioactive waste as defined in state law. Some examples of BMW include blood and other bodily fluids, sharps, discarded animal carcasses known to have been exposed to an infectious agent, etc.-
Compliance and Safety – these two items are mandatory and non-negotiable in the medical waste disposal industry. Governmental regulations are rigid and exist to protect the public. MedPro Medical Waste Disposal West Haven, CT is proud to carry a reputation for the highest safety standards into West Haven and every other area we service from coast-to-coast.
Low Risk – In addition to maintaining strict compliance and safety standards, MedPro maintains very substantial insurance coverage, which is peace-of-mind for our customers. When medical waste goes out the door there is no reason for any further concern.
Customers have asked us to offer an expired drug disposal service and we responded with the Unwanted Pharmaceutical Disposal Program. Patients should always be discouraged from disposing of old drugs in the trash or by flushing them down the drain. New studies link this dangerous activity with very hazardous side effects to humans, animals, and the environment.
These benefits are only part of what we call the MedPro Advantage. Low costs, reliable service, and safety – safety – safety make us the wise choice for hospitals and medical practices.
We want to have the opportunity to compare what medical facilities in West Haven are currently paying for service with our rates. In the majority of instances we will offer a lower, flat-fee price. The first step towards getting to know us is to call 888-641-6131.
Anthony "Tony" Sparano III (born October 7, 1961 in West Haven, CT) is an American football coach, and currently the assistant head coach and offensive line coach of the Oakland Raiders. He previously served as the head coach of the Miami Dolphins, and as offensive coordinator for the New York Jets. Sparano is the only NFL head coach to lead a one-win team to the playoffs the following year and only the second to conduct a ten-game turnaround, both of which he accomplished in his first season with the Dolphins.