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MedPro Disposal offers medical waste disposal, infectious sharps waste management, OSHA compliance training including
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Meridian is the second-largest city in Ada County, Idaho, USA, and the third-largest in the state. As of 2010, the population of Meridian was 75,092.
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Located in Idaho’s Treasure Valley, Meridian is served by MedPro Waste Disposal.
Meridian is near Boise, and is considered part of the Boise metropolitan area, so it shares many of the healthcare resources. St. Luke’s Meridian Medical Center is a satellite located on South Eagle Road.
Medicine is a complex science with new developments and breakthroughs every day. It is a cooperative effort that works best when doctors, nurses, emergency responders, hospital administrators, and support industries all work together to share information and resources. One of the support industries many people don’t usually give a lot of thought to is medical waste.
MedPro Waste Disposal operates in 44 states including Idaho, and we have grown rapidly since our start in 2009. Part of the reason we have grown so rapidly is because of our commitment to personal attention given to every customer.
Almost every medical facility produces medical waste, also called biohazardous waste, and infectious waste. Doctor’s offices, dental offices, veterinary clinics, all produce medical waste. Regulated medical waste, also known as infectious waste and biohazardous waste, is a waste that is known or reasonably expected to contain pathogens. Pathogens are microorganisms and other agents that can cause disease in humans or animals. 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 believes there are no exceptions when it comes to compliance with rules and regulations, which is why we have earned a reputation for safety first.
Some of the benefits of working with MedPro:
MedPro works hard to cut costs and save money so we can pass savings on to our customers. Building long-term relationships is our goal, and that comes with the trust established when we do right by our customers.
MedPro offers added value benefits such as safety reminder posters for conspicuous display in exam rooms and labs. Everyone needs to work together toward a goal of zero accidents, and a little reminder may avoid a big accident.
We also offer an expired-medication disposal program. Patients should be encouraged to allow us to destroy old medications rather than flush them down the drain or put them in the garbage, both very dangerous choices.
Working with MedPro is easy, and getting a price quote is the first step. Calling 888-641-6131 will put you in touch with a friendly and knowledgeable member of our sales team.
Meridian is named for the Boise Meridian, the Idaho land surveyor's north-south line running through Initial Point, located 16 miles due south of the city.