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.
Medical Waste & Sharps disposal can be a tricky business. Call MedPro today for a free compliance check.
MedPro Disposal’s Mail Back Pharmaceutical Waste Disposal Service makes it safe and easy to adhere to requirements.
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Evansville is the commercial, medical and cultural hub of Southwestern Indiana and the Illinois-Indiana-Kentucky tri-state area. It is the third-largest city in the U.S. state of Indiana and the largest city in Southern Indiana.
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St. Mary’s Hospital and Evansville State Hospital are the anchor medical facilities for this city of 170,000 in the city limits, and 350,000 people in the metropolitan area. There is a campus of Indiana University’s Medical School planned for Evansville to open by 2020.
Almost all medical facilities produce medical waste, also called biomedical waste and-or biohazardous waste.
In Indiana it is defined by the broader term: Hazardous waste.
According to federal and Indiana statutes the term “hazardous waste” means a solid waste, or combination of solid waste that, because of its quantity, concentration, or physical, chemical or infectious characteristics may:
Cause or significantly contribute to an increase in mortality or an increase in serious irreversible, or incapacitating reversible, illness; or pose a substantial present or potential hazard to human health or the environment when improperly treated, stored, transported, or disposed of, or otherwise managed.
Hazardous wastes come in many forms. They can be liquid, solids, semisolid, or contained gases. They can be manufacturing process byproducts, sludge or spent materials or simply discarded products. Whatever their form, proper management is essential to protect human health and the environment.
In Indiana, medical waste is regulated by the Indiana Department of Environmental Management and information about rules and regulations, definitions and descriptions can be found at this website.
MedPro is a medical waste disposal firm that operates in 44 states including Indiana. MedPro serves the medical community in Evansville with reliable service, trained personnel, and very competitive prices.
Experience has taught us that doctors, nurses and hospital administrators expect certain standards and benefits when doing business with e medical waste disposal company:
Low prices: MedPro uses streamlined collection and transportation operations to save on labor, time, and fuel. We pass those savings on to our customers in Indiana because building long-term relationships is our goal. Whenever possible MedPro groups collections in the same area for the same day, and we only schedule pick-ups based on our customer’s needs.
Reliable service: There is never an excuse for being late or missing a pick-up. Fortunately because of our resources we are able to shift resources when there is a bump in the road and cover our commitments. We rarely have to do it, but when necessary we always make good on a mistake in the form of credits on our customer’s invoice.
Speaking of invoices, our customers like simplified billing. Every MedPro customer is fitted with a customized service plan that includes one-flat-fee. That’s what they see on their invoices, with no hidden charges.
Training is a huge concern for our customers. MedPro personnel are trained and re-trained on the critical measures necessary for everyone’s safety and we share that knowledge with our partners. The MedPro Online Compliance Portal is a unique and valuable resource offered to our customers and includes access to OSHA and HIPPA training as well as online safety plans including fire safety and exposure control. Certifications are available online as are regulations from across the country.
Risk: MedPro carries a very high amount of insurance coverage. Our customers tell us they feel more secure when their risk is minimized and we have always maintained this important benefit.
Customer Support: Our customers have asked us to be available and responsive whenever they reach out to us and MedPro has responded with the Dedicated Customer Advocate. This unique position was created to place an accessible human contact in easy reach of our customers. Each customer is introduced to their own advocate on day one of their relationship with MedPro. Any issues, questions, compliments or complaints are directed to this person who is charged with efficient resolution and customer satisfaction.
MedPro is pleased to offer our customers an Unwanted Pharmaceutical Disposal Program. Patients should always be encouraged to use our program to get rid of old meds. Throwing old medications in the trash or flushing down the drain is dangerous for humans and animals and harmful to the environment.
In Evansville, reliable and safe pick-up, transportation, and disposal of our customer’s bio-medical waste combined with added-value elements such as online safety training and competitive prices have made MedPro the preferred partner for medical professionals. The first step to coming on board with us is to call and ask for a free price quote – 888-641-6131.
There was a continuous human presence in the area that became Evansville from at least 8,000 BCE by Paleo-Indians. Archaeologists have identified several archaic and ancient sites in and near Evansville, with the most complex at Angel Mounds from about 900 A.D. to about 1600 A.D., just before the appearance of Europeans.