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Florence is a home rule-class city in Boone County, Kentucky, in the United States. Florence is part of the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky metropolitan area. The population was 29,951 at the 2010 census.
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The city of Florence is located in the Northern most region of Kentucky and is part of the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky metropolitan area. Florence can easily be spotted by surrounding cities or when driving down I-71/I-75 by the water tower that reads “Florence Y’all”. The population census of 2014 for the City of Florence is 31,888, which is a 35% increase from year 2000.
Florence has a long and rich history that ties along to what the city bases it morals and values off of today. The area was originally known as “Crossroads” in the early 1800’s, because of the convergence of several roads from Burlington and U.S. 25. By 1821, the name switched to Maddentown for Thomas Madden, an attorney who owned a farm on the Burlington Pike. When Thomas Madden moved away, the region became known as “Connersville” for Jacob Conner, an original settler who assumed responsibility for the growing town. The city would see the final and last name changed in 1830 to “Florence” after the city Florence, Italy.
The proximity to Cincinnati ensures that residents and visitors are available to metropolitan amenities and activities while still providing a small-town community feeling. The Northern Kentucky Region boasts of spectacular environment scenery and historic venues. From stunning golf courses, amusement parks, hiking and biking trails, and numerous festivals, it is not hard to fulfill ones outdoor activities needs and wants for the Florence region.
More and more often, healthcare facilities have become use to the steadily increasing costs that must be paid in order to operate. A key factor that is often overlooked is medical waste disposal. MedPro disposal specializes in this required duty of disposing medical waste for facilities within the Florence region. The programs MedPro Disposal has to offer include: medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical mailback, and OSHA compliance.
MedPro Disposal medical waste disposal program is aimed to be cost-effective and reliable for facilities. We are able to develop a personalized plan for removal of this medical waste with knowing two pieces of information. The information includes how much medical waste is being currently being produced and how often the waste is being picked up. These factors will help us conclude a cost-effective pick-up schedule to accommodate your medical waste needs. To start the process of this program, MedPro Disposal will provide your facility with red-lined cardboard boxes that will collect the medical waste. Upon your scheduled pick up date, MedPro Disposal will collect the old boxes and restart the process by providing new ones. Your waste accumulation may change with time, thus we are very flexible and are able to adjust your frequency and volume to better serve you.
Along with medical waste disposal, MedPro Disposal also offers pharmaceutical mailback and OSHA compliance training. Pharmaceutical mailback is a popular by demand type of program for many reasons. The 2.5 gallon OTC/Rx bucket that will accumulate all unused/unwanted pharmaceuticals comes equipped with prepaid with a prepaid UPS return label. Once the bucket has been filled at your pace, simply attach the return label to the bucket and place it in the mail for disposal. Since this program is a one-time fee, rather than monthly charges, you have the freedom to take however long needed to fill up our bucket and send it back!
Complementing our medical waste disposal and pharmaceutical mailback programs is MedPro Disposal’s OSHA compliance training. Our training is hosted via online, thus eliminating the need to make your employees waste a day traveling to a consultant. Some advantages our OSHA training has to offer include: interactive multimedia training, simplified safety data sheet management, and advanced search options. The training consists of short education videos that explain the proper process of handing medical waste. To ensure that participates are retaining the valuable information, multiple choice questions are required after each section of the course. Completion of the course is rewarded by certificates of completion and will be accessible online for filing purpose.
MedPro Disposal has an array of programs to offer facilities in the Florence region. Our programs include: regulated medical waste, pharmaceutical disposal, and OSHA compliance training. The cost-effective programs are a great solution to eliminate any medical waste concern you may encounter. We are able to bundle our services in order to offer your facility the most substantial discounts.
Florence is well known in surrounding cities for a water tower visible from I-75 that reads "Florence Y'all". Originally the tower advertised the up-and-coming Florence Mall, as part of an agreement by the mall developers who donated the land for the tower. However, because the mall was not built yet, the tower violated highway regulations, and the city was forced to change it within a short deadline. Rather than repaint the entire tower, they simply painted over the two vertical lines of the "M" to create a "Y". The intent was to change it back when the mall was built, but the local residents liked the tower's new proclamation, so the city decided to leave it as it was.