MedPro Disposal offers medical waste disposal, infectious sharps waste management, OSHA compliance training including
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Lexington is the second-largest city in Kentucky and the 62nd largest in the United States. Known as the “Horse Capital of the World”, it is located in the heart of Kentucky’s Bluegrass region.
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Known as the Horse Capital of the World, Lexington is served by MedPro Medical Waste Disposal Lexington, KY.
Lexington, Kentucky is a city of about 300,000 people in the heart of “bluegrass country” and is home to the University of Kentucky College of Medicine as well as Central Baptist Hospital and St. Joseph Hospital.
One common by-product of almost every medical facility is medical waste. Also called biomedical waste and biohazardous waste, the collection, transportation, and disposal of medical waste is a serious element of the healthcare industry. Due to its potential to be dangerous or even deadly, only trained, experienced, licensed, and insured service providers may handle medical waste.
In Kentucky the Division of Waste Management under the Department of Environmental Protection regulates the collection, transportation, and disposal of medical waste, and details can be found at their website.
Medical waste in simple terms is any waste that may be contaminated by blood, bodily fluids, or potentially infectious materials. Although the EPA does provide some oversight of medical waste storage and disposal, the majority of medical waste is regulated on a state or local level. In Kentucky, there are no specific regulations pertaining to medical waste and there is no one agency with jurisdiction over medical waste. There are, however, regulations that reference the characterization, treatment, handling, labeling and storage, transport and disposal of this type of waste. These state regulations overlap between environmental, public health, labor and transportation agencies. They are intended to protect personnel, the public and the environment from exposure, injury or contamination of potentially infectious wastes.
MedPro Medical Waste Disposal Lexington, KY operates in 44 states, including Kentucky, where we are growing rapidly. MedPro made the commitment in our founding year – 2009 – to be an industry leader by listening to our customers and responding with solution-based practices that will cut costs while maintaining our high level of service and exemplary safety record.
MedPro has created a package of services and benefits bundled together in what we call the MedPro Advantage, which includes:
Low Costs – Responsive Customer Service – Training – Reliability – Safety – Low Risk
Low Costs: MedPro Medical Waste Disposal Lexington, KY uses our resources to consolidate some collection and transportation operations in a way that saves time and money while maintaining complete compliance. We pass these savings on to our customers because our goal is to build loyalty and long-term relationships.
MedPro also designs service plans to benefit our customers, and schedules pick-ups when they are needed, not when we are in the area. MedPro customers also enjoy our policy of one-flat-fee invoicing with no hidden charges.
Customer Service is a so important to us at MedPro we created a new position to help our customers, the Dedicated Customer Advocate. This is a person who is the point-of-contact for any and all issues and who customers ask for by name.
Training is vital to the success of our industry, it is also critical to everyone’s safety, and it is required by law. MedPro has an online safety compliance portal that is second-to-none in the healthcare industry offering training, certifications, safety plans, and regulations. Our customers say it saves them time and money by having everything consolidated in the same place.
Reliability is a quality that mandatory in the medical community because every piece of the healthcare delivery system must work together in order for the primary goal – healing patients – to be reached. MedPro has earned a reputation for superior reliability from coast-to-coast and we maintain that standing with diligent supervision and customer reviews.
Safety – MedPro not only trains and retrains our personnel, we are constantly offering our expertise to customers to keep the goal of zero accidents first and foremost. We offer our customers printed material and safety posters for conspicuous display in hospitals and exam rooms because a reminder in the right place at the right time may prevent an accident.
Low Risk – MedPro maintains a very high level of insurance coverage in every market we service because peace-of-mind for our customers is a benefit they deserve.
Getting to know MedPro in Lexington is a good idea because in most cases we can save healthcare professionals money. A call to our sales team at 888-641-6131 will get you a fast and accurate price quote. Let’s have a conversation!
The first American performance of a Beethoven symphony was in Lexington in 1817.