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Davenport is the largest city located along the Mississippi River in Scott County, Iowa, United States. Davenport is the county seat of and largest city in Scott County; it is also the largest of the Quad Cities, a metropolitan area with a population estimate of 382,630 and a CSA population of 474,226, making it the 90th largest CSA in the nation.
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Davenport is a part of Scott County in Iowa and is the largest city within the Quad Cities. Its history is rich with heritage, beginning with Antoine LeClaire founding the city on May 14th, 1836. Davenports name originated based off of LeClaire’s friend who was a colonel during the Black Hawk War, George Davenport.
The city thrived throughout the early 1900’s and established a great community with an economically stable foundation. But Davenport would soon get hit by the farm crisis of 1980’s hard, as well with the rest of the Quad Cities. High unemployment and financial hardship would follow, as 35,000 people in the Quad Cities would lose their jobs. Thankfully, things would turn around during the 1990’s for Davenport. Many additions and renovations of buildings would revitalize the downtown. Including the Skybridge, Figge Art Museum, and the Modern Woodmen Park.
Modern day Davenport offers many different activities and attractions that the community of Davenport take advantage of. During the middle of the winter, residents and visitors gather along the Mississippi riverfront to view the hundreds of bald eagles that choose the area as a winter home. Also, many take part in watching Davenport’s giant balloon parade at the end of November. Another popular event by demand is ice skating at the Vander Veer Park Lagoon during the city’s Silver Skate competition. Not an outdoorsy type of person? Not a problem. Davenport offers fabulous shopping and award winning museums that will surely interest you.
The residents of the Davenport region are fortunate enough to take advantage of the amazing healthcare facilities within the area. There are two major hospitals as well an array of smaller clinics: Genesis Medical Center, Select Specialty Hospital, Amana Care Clinic, and Davenport Clinic. Theses facilities all face a major issue though. The issue is regarding the medical that is produced daily. MedPro Disposal offers multiple programs that aim towards the safe disposal of your medical waste at a affordable cost. Some of the programs include medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical mailback, and OSHA compliance training.
Give MedPro Disposal a call today for a free, no hassle quote on how much you could save by letting us dispose of your medical waste. With knowing the average volume and fluctuating of medical waste of your facility, we will develop with you a customized strategy that will best suit your practice. Our process is started by us providing you with red-lined cardboard boxes that will accumulate the medical waste. On the scheduled pick-up date, we will collect your boxes filled with medical waste and provide you with new ones. This will restart the process. MedPro Disposal will not hold any penalties against in regards to changing your frequency and volume.
Our pharmaceutical mailback program is makes the process of disposing any unwanted or unused medications easier than ever before. Upon receiving our 2.5 gallon OTC/Rx bucket, it will always include a pre-paid UPS return label. Once the bucket is filled, all you have to do is attach the return the label on the bucket and the rest is for us to take care of. Purchasing MedPro Disposals pharmaceutical bucket is a one-time charge, thus giving you the availability to take 1 week or 1 year to accumulate your unwanted or unused medications.
It is necessary to have your employees trained properly on how to handle the hazardous waste that is produced by your facility. MedPro Disposal offers OSHA compliance training that is accessible on our online portal. The user friendly program will establish a good foundation of medical waste knowledge for your employees. To ensure that the information is retained, there are multiple choice exams after each section of the course. Certificates of completion will be awarded to each participates upon finishing the course. Certificates are available to be printed out for filing purposes, but will remain accessible on the online portal.
MedPro Disposal on average, saves facilities 20-30% annually. Our affordable and also reliable services include: medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical mailback, and OSHA compliance training. We are able to bundle theses services in order to offer your practice the most significant discounts.
The land was originally owned by the Sauk people, Meskwaki (Fox), and Ho-Chunk (Winnebago) - indigenous peoples of the Americas. In 1803 France sold it to the United States under the Louisiana Purchase. Lieutenant Zebulon Pike was the first United States representative to officially visit the Upper Mississippi River area. On August 27, 1805, Pike camped on the present day site of Davenport.