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Dubuque is a city in and the county seat of Dubuque County, Iowa, United States, located along the Mississippi River. In 2013, its population was 58,253, making it the tenth-largest city in the state.
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Julien Dubuque first settled in the city in the early 18th century. Since the history stretches over 200 years, there are a number of forces that have shaped Dubuque to be the beautiful city it is today. The city itself was settled at the southern end of a large, flat plain adjacent to the Mississippi River. The wealth of minerals within the Dubuque land and waterways drew a large number of new pioneers and settlers, mostly French and other Europeans. After these resources were exhausted, the city became home to numerous different industries.
Dubuque’s location to the Mississippi River has been the foundation the city has built off of. Although the mining is what the town thrived off of during the settlement Dubuque, it later flourished in the industries of button making, boat building, logging, mill working, meat packing, and other heavy industries. Since then, the community has taken a long-standing in the manufacturing sector and a growing service sector. Modern-day Dubuque is now the major retail, education, medical, and employment center of the tri-state area.
The city has an abundance of activities and events that the residents enjoy dearly. Taking place under the iconic Town Clock, All That Jazz occurs once a month during the summer. Also, thousands of people gather along the Mississippi River to watch the firework on July 3rd and can be more enjoyable from the comfort of a boat. Dubuquefest celebrates artists and craftsmen in Dubuque over a three-day weekend, while at night music artists entertain party-goers.
The healthcare providers of Dubuque are dedicated to providing top-tier care to residents of the region. The exceptional hospitals and level of care available in Dubuque have grown with the medical needs of the community. Some of the major healthcare providers include: Mercy Medical Center, Unity Point Health, Medical Associates Clinic, Tri-State Independent Physicians Association, and Crescent Community Health Center.
MedPro Disposal can tend to the medical waste produced from all these facilities while being the utmost cost-effective. Medical waste is broadly defined as anything that is saturated with bodily fluids. More specifically, it is any solid waste that is generated in the diagnosis, treatment, or immunization of a human. MedPro Disposal offers a variety of services which include: regulated medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical disposal, and OSHA compliance training. These programs will eliminate any concerns your facilities faces surrounding medical waste.
Disposing of the medical waste that your practice produces is a process we would say we have gotten pretty at good at. The reliable service we have to offer will dissipate any room for error to occur. It is essential to know that the medical waste is being taken care of properly or risk the chance exposure to hazardous material. We begin the process by providing you with red-lined cardboard boxes that will accumulate your medical waste. It is very important to keep your wastes separated by classification. For sharps, gauze, pads, needles, used gloves, and syringes, need to stay away from non-hazardous materials. By chance the two classifications would cross paths, the entire generation of waste is deemed hazardous. On your scheduled pick-up date, we will collect the old boxes and provide you with ones to restart the process.
Don’t let unused or unwanted pharmaceuticals slip into the streets and water systems of Dubuque. MedPro Disposals pharmaceutical mail-back program will allow you to dispose of all unwanted or unused medications with ease. Our 2.5 gallon OTC/Rx buckets are only a one-time charge and comes with a prepaid UPS return label. The reason for a one-time charge rather than a monthly outvoice is so that you have the availability to take 1 day or 1 year to fill up the bucket with unused or unwanted pharmaceuticals.
To ensure the safety of your employees, MedPro Disposal suggests that they complete OSHA compliance training. Our OSHA compliance training will give your employees the knowledge needed to handle all types of medical waste on EPA, DOT, IPA, and OSHA regulations. Don’t waste a day traveling to a third-party consultant for training, the online portal our training is hosted on will allow your employees to train at the convenience of your facility. Upon completion of the course, participates will be awarded certificates of completion that can be accessed online at any point of time for filing purposes.
Whether you need your pharmaceuticals picked-up, or a container for your sharps, MedPro Disposal can work out an effective plan for your facility, all at a low rate. Finding ways to cut expenses is becoming the norm for the medical field since the industry is always on the increase. MedPro Disposal will give your facility the service that you deserve at an affordable cost so that you can tend more patients of the Dubuque area rather than worrying about your trash.
Beginning in the mid-19th century, and into the early 20th century, thousands of poor German and Irish Catholic immigrants came to the city to work in the manufacturing centers. The city's large Roman Catholic congregations led to its designation as the seat of the newly established Archdiocese of Dubuque. Numerous convents, abbeys, and other religious institutions were built. The ethnic German and Irish descendants maintain a strong Catholic presence in the city