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Georgetown is a home rule-class city in Scott County, Kentucky, in the United States. The 2014 population was 31,653 per the United States Census Bureau. It is the 9th-largest city by population in the U.S. state of Kentucky. It is the seat of its county.
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The city of Georgetown has a long and rich history behind the thriving community it has today. Many people might not know that before the state of Kentucky was formed in 1792, Georgetown was incorporated by the Virginia legislature in 1784. During this gap of time, this area of land was originally named “Lebanon” but was changed officially in 1846, in honor of President George Washington. Georgetown is located 10 miles north of Lexington and is found in central Kentucky.
It is no wonder why the population continues to grow within Georgetown. Walking around downtown showcases some of the city’s outstanding residential and commercial architecture, including more than 200 buildings listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The city hosts an array of festivals and events that draw surely draw a large crowd, such as the Georgetown International Kit and Culture Festival.
Residents and visitors enjoy the perfect size of the community, as it is not too big to abandon the small-town lifestyle, but large enough to have urban amenities and employment opportunities. The city has positive indicators of a positive future economy. What was previously based off of agriculture and farming, has now moved to an industrialized economy. Tech giant Lexmark and one of Toyota’s assembly plant are located with Georgetown and have brought an array of smaller businesses to flock to the city. Georgetown/Scott County Kentucky state that top employers include: Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky, Scott County Schools, Johnson Controls, and Georgetown Community Hospital.
Within the city of Georgetown, there is one main hospital, Georgetown Community Hospital. Although UK Healthcare and Baptist Health Lexington both have regional campuses in the city as well. The city also has many nursing facilities including: Signature HealthCARE of Georgetown, Windsor Gardens Retirement Community, and Dover Manor Nursing Home. The medical waste that is produced from facilities alike, is often overpriced to dispose of. MedPro Disposal’s programs offers the solution to dispose of medical waste at a cost effective price, while providing you with the level of service that you deserve: medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical mailback, OSHA compliance training.
Medical waste disposal is required to be dispose of safely by state and federal mandates. MedPro Disposal’s medical waste program is a simple process, and isn’t overseen by hidden charges. To get started, all it takes is knowing your current volume and fluctuation of medical waste. This will allow us to develop a personalized strategy for facility. Once this plan is in action, we will start by providing you facility with red-lined cardboard boxes that will accumulate the medical waste. Upon your scheduled pick-up dates, we will be at your facility to collect the old boxes and restart the process providing you with new ones. Here at MedPro Disposal, we understand that your medical waste needs may change. Thus, we will accommodate to your medical waste needs with a simple phone call to us.
MedPro Disposal’s Pharmaceutical mailback is a simple way to dispose of your unwanted or unused pharmaceuticals. Without proper disposal, there is potential risks that harmful medications could leak into the water system and streets of Georgetown. This program is made for a hassle-free disposal on your end. Our 2.5 gallon OTC/Rx buckets that will accumulate the pharmaceutical, come equipped with a prepaid UPS return label. Rather than charging your facility monthly for this program, MedPro Disposal’s buckets are a one-time fee. Thus, giving you the flexibility to take 1 week or one year to send the bucket back via mail.
It is highly suggested that your employees take MedPro Disposal’s OSHA compliance training course. Our training will ensure that your employees have the proper training that is necessary to handle hazardous medical waste and such. Our training consists of short educational videos, which are followed up by multiple choice questions after each section to ensure the information is being retained. Our OSHA training will eliminates having to pay your employees for a day of traveling to a consultant that will deliver the same information. All the training we teach is conducted through the internet.
On average, MedPro Disposal customers see anywhere from 20-40% in savings when choosing us to dispose of your medical waste. Snice medical cost have constantly been on the rise; facilities are searching for ways to save finically without cutting any service. The programs that MedPro Disposal has to offer are the solution for facilities to save money and still receive the reliable service they deserve: medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical mailback, and OSHA compliance training.
During the Civil War, Georgetown was raided by Confederate Gen. John Hunt Morgan twice, once on July 15, 1862, and the second time on July 10, 1864. Following the war, the town became a railroad hub, connected to the Cincinnati Southern, the Louisville Southern, and the Frankfort & Cincinnati. The last was considered the "whiskey route" and brought much of the region's bourbon to market. From 1896 to 1987, the Cardome Centre site was the location of a girl's academy founded by the Sisters of Visitation. It now serves as a community center for the city of Georgetown.