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Today, Tampa is a part of the metropolitan area most commonly referred to as the Tampa Bay Area. For U.S. Census purposes, Tampa is part of the Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, Florida Metropolitan Statistical Area. The four-county area is composed of roughly 2.9 million residents, making it the second largest metropolitan statistical area (MSA) in the state, and the fourth largest in the Southeastern United States, behind Miami, Washington, D.C. and Atlanta. The Greater Tampa Bay area has over 4 million residents and generally includes the Tampa and Sarasota metro areas.
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MedPro provides medical waste disposal Tampa, Florida.
Tampa, Florida is the largest city in what is called the Tampa-St. Pete metropolitan area. With a population over 2.8 million people in the region, the healthcare industry is massive and is anchored by Tampa General Hospital and Bayfront Medical Center. The University of South Florida has a very positive influence on the region with a reputation for training excellent physicians and conducting critical medical research.
Hospitals, clinics, medical labs, and doctor’s offices have many things in common, and one is medical waste. Also called biomedical or biohazardous waste, this is not your average garbage. Medical waste includes needles, bandages, tubing, and other items which have contacted bodily fluids or tissues and therefore have the ability to transfer diseases. Everyone remember the recent incidents in the news where people were infected with Ebola after needle sticks. Because of this medical waste disposal Tampa, Florida is a necessary safety precaution.
The State of Florida regulates the handling and transportation of medical waste through their Departments of Health and Environmental Regulation. There are no compromises permitted when dealing with safety regulations, they must be followed for everyone’s health and safety.
There are thousands of facilities in Florida generating biomedical waste. These include hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, laboratories, funeral homes, dentists, veterinarians, physicians, and others. The most important priorities are to protect health care workers, environmental-service staff, waste haulers, and the general public from risks associated with potentially infectious biomedical waste.
MedPro Waste Disposal operates in 44 states, and we are an industry leader in medical waste disposal Tampa, Florida because of our exemplary safety record, punctual and efficient service, and very competitive prices. We are pleased to be a member of the Tampa-St. Petersburg healthcare community and offer what we call the MedPro Advantage:
Low Risk: MedPro has always maintained a substantial level of insurance coverage. This peace-of-mind benefit is priceless when it comes to relieving one of the many worries associated with the medical industry.
Compliance: The healthcare industry has been deluged with new rules and regulations, and doctors and hospital administrators have asked us to help. MedPro built an online platform for our customers, the Online Safety Compliance Portal, which is second-to-none in the industry. A complete package of training modules, certifications, regulations and other tools is available 24/7 to make compliance a lot easier. Some of the components are:
Simplified Invoicing: MedPro heard from our customers that they like easy-to-understand service plans with flat-rate prices, and invoices that are straightforward. We listened and all our customers receive flat-fee pricing and no surprises on their bills.
Low Costs: MedPro knows about budgets being stretched in the medical industry, we have witnessed it for years. We responded with a reconfiguration of our collection and transportation procedures, which uses our national resources to coordinate services and save time and money. Passing those savings on to our customers just makes good sense, because it’s our business to stay in business. Long-term relationships are built when there is trust and added value.
MedPro is constantly looking for ways to cut costs – mail-back programs, more efficient pick-up schedules, anything we can do to make things more cost-effective.
Seamless Customer Service: Too often the phrase “customer service” involves poor service and the customer is not involved because they’re on hold. MedPro decided to change that scenario and created the Dedicated Customer Advocate position. This is a point-of-contact person who is introduced on day one of our relationship with a customer. Any time there is a question or concern, the dedicated advocate is on the phone with answers and solutions. That’s what we are all about.
The Tampa-Bay metro area is fortunate indeed to have a world-class healthcare system available for everyone who lives and works there. MedPro has established a presence in the area and is committed to being a leader of medical waste disposal Tampa, Florida with low prices and safe reliable service. The first step to doing business with us is to call 888-641-6131 and ask for a price quote. We are usually able to save you money.
Tampa is the site of several skyscrapers. Overall, there are 18 completed buildings that rise over 250 feet high. The city also has 69 high-rises, more than any other city in Florida after Miami. The tallest building in the city is 100 North Tampa, formerly the AmSouth Building, which rises 42 floors and 579 feet in Downtown Tampa. The structure was completed in 1992, and is the tallest building in Florida outside of Miami and Jacksonville.