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MedPro Disposal offers medical waste disposal, infectious sharps waste management, OSHA compliance training including
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Olathe is a city in and is the county seat of Johnson County, Kansas, United States. Located in northeastern Kansas, it is also the fifth most populous city in the state, with a population of 125,872 at the 2010 census.
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Part of the Kansas City Metro area, Olathe Healthcare Professionals are served by MedPro Waste Disposal.
With the Kansas University and Overland Park Medical Centers Nearby, Olathe enjoys world-class medical care. The presence of a major university medical school is always a powerful positive influence on a healthcare community, and the KU Med School is one of the finest in the nation.
The Kansas City metropolitan area has dozens of hospitals, and hundreds of doctor’s offices, clinics, labs, and blood banks. These medical facilities all share one common by-product: Medical waste.
Medical waste is also called biomedical waste and infectious waste and may be solid or liquid. Examples of infectious waste include discarded blood, sharps, unwanted microbiological cultures and stocks, other human or animal tissue, used bandages and dressings, discarded gloves, other medical supplies that may have been in contact with blood and body fluids.
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment oversees medical waste collection, transportation, and disposal of all hazardous waste, and there are definitions, policies, and other important facts and information at their website.
Compliance with these and related local and federal regulations is mandatory for healthcare providers and for MedPro. The rules were created to protect public safety and they are to be followed with no exceptions. MedPro is proud of our exemplary safety and compliance record.
MedPro Disposal has worked with doctors and medical administrators across America and listened to their concerns about working efficiently and effectively in a rapidly changing and increasingly regulated industry. We have responded with the MedPro Advantage:
Cost: Doctors have been inundated with increased costs due in part to increased paperwork and regulations. They have asked us to streamline invoicing, pick-ups and customer service.
Every MedPro customer receives a pick-plan that is “right-sized” for their individual needs. If they need 4 pick-ups per month, we don’t schedule 5, or 3. We also try to congregate pick-ups in the same geographic area with other facilities and on the same days. This is common-sense streamlining that saves us time and money and we pass those savings on to customers. We are a very cost-conscious company.
Invoices from MedPro are one-flat-rate without extra fees or surcharges. The medical community asked us for such a system and we responded.
Training: A unique and very valuable benefit doctors in Olathe asked us for is an online training platform to help their personnel stay compliant and safe. MedPro responded with our Online Safety Compliance Portal, a secure, cloud-based platform with a wealth of information and training modules related to OSHA, HIPPA, HazCom, ICD 10 rules and conversion codes. Safety audits are part of the system, as are certifications. Fire prevention, exposure control, emergency preparedness, even information on how to prepare for onsite OSHA inspections. It’s all there for our customers.
Customer Support: Doctors and nurses have no time to hold on the phone and wait to push a button for a computer-generated robot voice. MedPro Disposal created a new and important position within our company, the Dedicate Customer Advocate. This is a real person who is introduced to our every customer on day one of our service. The customer advocate assumes ownership of customer accounts and is responsible for a delivering a satisfactory resolution to every question, concern, compliment, or complaint. “The buck stops here” is the motto for our dedicated advocates.
Added-Value Services: We are much more than a pick-up service. MedPro acts as a consultative partner to our customers to lend our expertise and knowledge base whenever possible. We are happy to supply printed material and posters for display in offices and labs. “What goes in the red bag, and what doesn’t” and reminders about proper handling of needles can make medical facilities more efficient and safer.
University medical officials, hospital administrators, doctors and nurses in Olathe all have to rely on their service providers so they can focus on treating patients. MedPro welcomes inquiries about our qualifications and prices and invites calls to our sales team at 888-641-6131. Most medical facilities save money when they switch to MedPro, so let’s have a conversation!
The Mahaffie Stagecoach Stop in Olathe, was the first eating station for westbound passengers on the Santa Fe Trail in 1863.