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When you hire an exterminator for your home, you don’t expect to have to run around the house with a can of Raid. You just want the bugs gone.
The reason people hire professionals to do a job is so they can focus what’s most important to them, and for healthcare professionals that means keeping patients healthy and treating those who are sick.
One product of all doctor’s offices, clinics, and hospitals is medical waste. It must be properly collected, removed, transported, and disposed of according to the applicable laws in that area.
In the state of Illinois the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) oversees and regulates the medical waste disposal industry and is responsible for the enforcement of Title XV of the Illinois EPA Act regarding Potentially Infectious Medical Waste (PIMW).
The State provides a Fact Sheet online with definitions of terms, descriptions of procedures and standards which will give a medical care provider some insight as to what is expected and required under the Act, but does not fulfill any legal obligation under the Act or regulations promulgated thereunder.
In Rockford, Illinois, healthcare providers have a choice when selecting a service to handle their medical waste, and the critical considerations are:
Cost, Experience, Service, and Consultative Skills
Conclusion Rockford is a thriving city of approximately 150,000 residents in northern Illinois where excellent medical care and treatment is available through outstanding doctors, clinics, and hospitals such as the Swedish American Hospital and OSF Saint Anthony Medical Center. The Rockford Health System combines the resources of Rockford Memorial Hospital, a 490-bed tertiary care hospital, Rockford Clinic, and more than 175 primary and specialty doctors to also deliver superior medical services.
Healthcare providers in Rockford are on the cutting edge of the latest in medicine as they are located very near medical centers and schools in nearby Chicago where some of the finest facilities in the world are based. The doctors, technicians, nurses, clinicians, researchers, and medical practice managers strive to provide the very highest level of care possible as they navigate the many rules, regulations, and procedures regarding procedures, safety and cleanliness. They depend on a medical waste disposal firm that is not just a service provider, but an integral member of their team, who participates actively in their promise to provide superior medical care.