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Caldwell is a city in and the county seat of Canyon County, Idaho, United States. The population was 46,237 at the 2010 census. Caldwell is considered part of the Boise metropolitan area. Caldwell is the home of the College of Idaho.
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People who live and work in Caldwell, Idaho are fortunate to have access to an excellent healthcare system that is anchored by the West Valley Medical Center as well as the hospitals in nearby Boise.
When most people think of healthcare they think of doctors and nurses. Of course there are dozens of other medical professionals from x-ray technicians to dieticians who all work together to keep everyone in the Caldwell area healthy.
There are also several industries that serve the healthcare community in a supportive role such as medical gas suppliers, pharmaceutical companies, and medical waste disposal service providers.
Medical waste is known by some people as “that icky stuff” in the red bags and needle containers, but it is a very serious by-product of medical care that must be handled with extreme care because of its potential to cause injury and even death.
In Idaho medical waste is regulated by the Department of Environmental Quality and their website has details about rules, restrictions, and definitions they use to maintain the public health. Due to the potential danger inherent with medical waste, companies that collect and transport it must be licensed and insured. Their employees must be thoroughly trained to avoid accidents. Everyone remembers the stories in the news about an outbreak of Ebola where people were stuck with infected needles and became seriously ill.
When doctors consider selecting a service provider, they examine many characteristics and benefits to make a decision. Most likely they will want to see these qualities:
Low Prices – Insurance – Experience – Training – Consultative Skills – Reliability – Customer Service
MedPro operates in 44 states, and we have earned an exemplary reputation for all those qualities. Healthcare professionals who work with us are beneficiaries of a bundle of benefits we call the MedPro Advantage:
Low Prices – Administrators and physicians have told us their budgets are stretched by recent changes in government and insurance rules and regulations. MedPro listened and made adjustments to our operational strategies to streamline collection and transportation. We are able to use our resources regionally to coordinate pick-ups and transportation in ways that save labor and fuel, while maintaining superior service. We are happy to pass savings on to our customers in the form of lower prices.
Insurance – MedPro maintains very substantial insurance coverage, giving our customers peace-of-mind.
Experience – MedPro has been serving the U.S. healthcare industry since 2009 and we have grown substantially each year. We have grown because of a philosophy of treating each customer as if they were our only customer. Every hospital, doctor’s office or clinic is fitted with a personalized service plan.
Training – An area where MedPro truly excels above the rest is training. We created an online training resource called the MedPro Online Safety Compliance Portal, which is a secure, cloud-based platform for our customers to visit and train on HIPPA and HazCom required material and receive certifications. The platform is also a place to develop safety plans related to emergency preparedness, exposure control, and fire prevention. A conversion tool for the ICD9 to ICD10 transition is available, as is easy access to safety regulations from coast-to-coast. This added-value benefit has been very well received by our customers.
Consultative Skills – MedPro is more than a service provider, we are a partner. When customers grow we are there to plan and adjust service schedules, and we are happy to work with doctors and nurses setting up new offices with our knowledge of container placement and strategies. MedPro produces printed material and posters that remind employees that safety comes first.
Reliability – MedPro Waste Disposal understands that red bags containing potentially dangerous material can’t sit around waiting to be picked up. We rarely are tardy for a pickup and a missed pick-up is just not acceptable. Because of our coast-to-coast resources, a problem with one route can be covered by another.
Customer Service – We have learned that doctors and nurses have no time for sitting on hold, waiting to speak with a customer service representative and we will not allow it. Every MedPro customer is introduced to a Dedicated Customer Advocate who is their go-to person to ask for when calling MedPro. This person will handle questions, concerns, issues promptly and efficiently.
MedPro is very proud to be serving the Caldwell, Idaho medical community and we are focused on building new long-term relationships by improving our performance while keeping prices low. Getting a price quote is easy, just call 888-641-6131
Albertson College of Idaho in Caldwell was founded as the College of Idaho in 1891 and is the state's oldest four-year institution of higher learning.