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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.
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Wichita is the largest city in the U.S. state of Kansas and the 49th-largest city in the United States.
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The Most-Populous State in Kansas is served by MedPro Waste Disposal.
Wichita has a population of about 400,000 people and is located in south-central Kansas on the Arkansas River. Healthcare is Wichita’s second-largest industry, employing approximately 28,000 people in the local area, and is growing. The Kansas Spine Hospital opened in 2004, as did a critical care tower at Wesley Medical Center. Via Christi Health is the largest provider of healthcare services in Kansas.
Every Hospital and most medical practice offices in Kansas produce a 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, identifiable body parts, 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.
Because of the inherent potential dangers associated with medical waste, healthcare professionals are very meticulous when choosing a disposal service provider. MedPro Waste Disposal operates in 44 states including Kansas and has earned a reputation for safety, reliable service, and very competitive prices.
Recent changes in the medical industry include new regulations, mostly pertaining to insurance, which require more paperwork and more personnel to deal with the paperwork. Hospital and medical practice budgets are stretched to the limit, so every possible effort must be made to cut costs.
MedPro understands everyone’s budget situation and has created the MedPro Advantage, a bundle of benefits to help our customers do their jobs better. Some examples:
Training:The medical industry is possibly the most-regulated when it comes to required continuing education, and MedPro created an online platform that covers the safety related portions.
The Online Safety Compliance Portal includes modules for HIPPA and HazCom training, a module that allows fire-prevention and exposure control plans to be developed, access to OSHA safety regulations and training, and a conversion tool for the ICD9 to ICD10 transition.
Cost Control and Consistency: MedPro creates a service plan for each customer that is based on their specific needs, then a one-flat-fee is set, and that’s the price on their monthly invoice. MedPro invoices never have any surprise charges and customers can pay through our website or the old-fashioned way with a stamp and envelope.
Our resources allow us to consolidate on a regional basis some of our operations. Cutting labor and fuel costs allows us to pass savings on to our customers. Cutting costs helps us build loyalty and better business relationships, which is what we’re all about.
Risk: MedPro Waste Disposal has maintained a very high level of insurance coverage to minimize exposure to risk for us and for our customers. The price for peace-of-mind must be paid and we are happy to do it.
Customer Service: This is an area where healthcare professionals hate to waste time. No one wants to wait on hold and eventually talk to a robot. MedPro made the decision long ago to create a special position in the company: the Dedicated Customer Advocate. This person is every customer’s go-to contact for any issues or questions. Billing, pick-ups, training…anything. The dedicated advocate is there with answers and solutions.
Searching the news for medical waste-related stories will usually produce some unpleasant results. Bags of needles and other waste are sometimes found tossed along a roadside or mixed in with regular trash. This is an example of why all medical professionals should be very careful about their choice of a medical waste service provider. MedPro has worked hard to earn an exemplary reputation and safety record from coast-to-coast.
Our website is also a portal for billing or customer support issues. Click the tab and complete the form, a ticket is generated and a resolution will be promptly returned. We are also pleased to provide written materials and posters to our customers, reminding everyone that safety is the highest priority. A reminder at the right place and the right time may prevent an accident.
MedPro is growing in Wichita because the healthcare community is hearing about the advantages of doing business with us. We welcome inquiries about our service plans, qualifications, and prices by calling us at 888-641-6131 and speaking with a member of our sales team.
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