MedPro Disposal offers medical waste disposal, infectious sharps waste management, OSHA compliance training including
bloodborne pathogens training and certification, and HIPAA-compliance document shredding and data destruction
services. MedPro Disposal keeps your practice safe and compliant so you can focus on what matters most, your patients.
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MedPro Disposal’s Mail Back Pharmaceutical Waste Disposal Service makes it safe and easy to adhere to requirements.
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Eagle is a city in Ada County, Idaho. The population was 19,908 at the 2010 census. Due to growth in the Boise metropolitan area, Eagle has become increasingly suburban in recent years.
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Eagle, Idaho shares many of the healthcare resources located in nearby Boise, but there is a satellite location of St. Luke’s Hospital offering mammography, laboratory, and medical imaging services as well as urgent care.
Healthcare systems work best when all the pieces work together. Hospitals, doctor’s offices, clinics, labs, pharmacies and medical waste service providers all form a team that have to work as a unit.
MedPro Waste Disposal is a medical waste collection, transportation, and disposal firm operating in 44 states. We have earned a reputation for safety, reliability, and low prices so we are growing, but still offer personal service to every customer.
Medical waste, also known as infectious waste and biohazardous waste, is a waste that is known or reasonably expected to contain pathogens. Examples of regulated medical waste include blood-borne pathogens, pathological and anatomical waste, human blood and blood products, cultures and stocks of infectious agents, sharps such as needles, isolation waste generated by hospitalized patients who are isolated to protect others from communicable disease, and contaminated animal carcasses, body parts, and bedding.
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.
MedPro has bundled a group of unique benefits into what we call the MedPro Advantage:
Low Costs: We use our resources to consolidate some operations related to collection and transportation while maintaining superior service. We also tailor service plans to our customer’s needs, meaning it is “right-sized” service.
Training: We are very proud of our state-of-the-art training platform. Accessed through our website, this secure, cloud-based platform is called the Online Safety Compliance Portal and it includes:
Our customers say this benefit makes their jobs so much easier because the platform is available 24/7 and they can keep track of their training progress.
Customer Service: We feel that doctors and nurses are paid to heal people, not to sit on hold waiting for a customer service representative. We created a special relationship between our customers and our Dedicated Customer Advocates. Customers ask for their advocate by name, and they work together to resolve issues.
Low Risk: MedPro carries a lot of insurance, over and above what is required by the government. We feel it’s important for our customers to have peace-of-mind and we’re willing to pay for it.
MedPro has developed additional benefits which include a mail-back program and an Expired Pharmaceutical Disposal Program, which is a benefit for everyone in the community. MedPro also is pleased to offer our customers an ongoing supply of safety posters for placement in exam rooms and labs. Conspicuous reminders about safety might prevent an accident.
Working together with the medical community in Eagle is an honor for us, and we are pleased to respond to every inquiry about our prices and services. Reaching out to our sales team is easy by calling 888-641-6131
July is the warmest month of the year with average high daytime temperatures of 91' F and average evening lows of 71' F. January is the coldest month of the year with average high daytime temperatures of 37' F and average evening lows of 21' F.