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Ames is a city located in the central part of the U.S. state of Iowa in Story County. Lying approximately 30 miles (48 km) north of Des Moines, it had a 2010 population of 58,965. The U.S. Census Bureau designates the Ames metropolitan statistical area as encompassing all of Story County; combined with the Boone, Iowa micropolitan statistical area (Boone County, Iowa), the pair make up the larger Ames-Boone combined statistical area.
|Zip Code||Projected Annual Savings|
|Cancer Treatment Center||50701||$6,000|
|Community Health Center||52333||$7,320|
Originally founded in 1864 as station stop for the Cedar Rapids and Missouri Railroad, Ames was named after a U.S. Congressman who had an influential impact on the building of transcontinental railroad, Oakes Ames. Ames, Iowa is located approximately 30 miles north of Des Moines and designated as the largest city within the Story County.
Iowa State University of Science and Technology, and is public land-grant research university located within Ames, Iowa. With a total enrollment number of 34,732 in 2014, the university makes up for about half of the population of the town. Since the population of the town is dependent on the University, the feeling of a college town is inevitable and is reinforced by the residents’ pride towards the Iowa States mascot, Cy the Cardinal. Without the University, Ames would lose noble buildings, landmarks, Libraries, and hospitals. Not to mention the Friday night excitement the town gets to watch the Universities Division 1 football team play.
Ames offers numerous array of different events and activities that keep the residents happy, as well as supporting them with stable jobs. Two out of the five top employers of the town are within the Medical Field, the Mary Greeley Medical Center and McFarland Clinic. The Medical Waste that is produced by theses healthcare facilities is defined as any item that comes into contact with bodily fluids. Specifically, it can include any solid waste that is generated when treatment, diagnosis, or immunization of a human being. MedPro Disposal offers the most realistic solutions to solve the handling and disposing of this waste while also being the utmost competitive among competitors.
Here at MedPro Disposal, we like to believe that we are your solution to your potentially problems, both physically and economically. We offer a wide range of specialized services in disposing your medical waste to the greater Ames area. Such as medical waste disposal, OSHA compliance training, and your pharmaceutical disposal.
Our cost-effective and reliable medical waste program is able to offer a customized strategy plan to fit your specific needs and wants. To get started, we require two pieces of information on your behalf. This information includes how much medical waste is produced on average and how often it is normally picked up for disposal. These two factors will help MedPro Disposal determine a cost-effective pick-up schedule to accommodate your medical waste needs. Once started, we will provide you with red-line boxes that you will use to dispose of your medical waste. Additional boxes will provided at the scheduled pick-up date to accommodate you until the next pick-up date. We understand that needs change due to multiple factors, thus we are flexible and can accommodate to your requests when needed.
With MedPro, we stress to ensure that your employees have been properly trained and certified along OSHA compliance. We like to believe that facility’s follow along MedPro’s “safety is first order of business” motto. To help others with this value, we offer OSHA compliance training by our compliance training portal who are knowledgeable about the latest OSHA, DOT, EPA and other regulations. Hosted on our online portal, some of the advantages that our program has to include: interactive multimedia training, comprehensive set of resources, enrollment assistants, and easy-to-navigate tabs. To confirm that participates have retained the information taught, a series of questions are asked after the lesson. Upon complication of training, participates will receive a certificate of completion and now have the knowledge to do the job safety.
Another plan that is popular by demand, is our pharmaceutical mailback program. With the pharmaceutical mailback service, MedPro Disposal will provide your facility with a 2.5 gallon OTC/Rx or controlled buckets for disposing all old or unused medications. These buckets are designed to be hassle free for all our customers and come with pre made labels for shipping. Once filled, simply attach the shipping label to the bucket and send it off to one of our facilities. When this part of the process occurs, we will then provide your facility with a brand new bucket, ready to be filled up again and process will restart. The program will ensure that all unwanted medication will be disposed properly on all state and federal levels. While also lowering the possibility of harmful medications ending up on the streets of Ames, Iowa.
MedPro Disposal has an array of services to offer to the healthcare providers within Ames, Iowa. Our economically beneficial services include: regulated medical waste disposal, OSHA compliance training, and pharmaceutical disposal. We offer program bundling to businesses when requested, which allows MedPro Disposal to offer your facility substantial discounts.
The city was founded in 1864 as a station stop on the Cedar Rapids and Missouri Railroad and was named after 19th century U.S. Congressman Oakes Ames of Massachusetts, who was influential in the building of the transcontinental railroad. Ames was founded by local resident Cynthia Olive Duff (n�e Kellogg) and railroad magnate John Insley Blair, near a location that was deemed favorable for a railroad crossing of the Skunk River.