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Richmond is a city in and the county seat of Madison County, Kentucky, United States. It is named after Richmond, Virginia, and is the home of Eastern Kentucky University. The population was 32,550 in 2013.
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The city of Richmond is located within Madison County, Kentucky. It is only 26 miles south of Lexington and 110 miles southeast of Louisville. Richmond is the third-largest city in the “Bluegrass” region, behind Louisville and Lexington, and is the state’s sixth-largest city. The population census of 2015 states that Richmond has 33,533 residents.
Richmond’s history holds great value to the modern city it has become today. Dating back to 1798, Richmond was founded by Colonel John Miller whom was a revolutionary war soldier. It is believed that Colonel John Miller was attracted to the area by the good spring water and friendly Native Americans. That same year, Kentucky legislature approved moving the Madison County seat from Milford to the land own by Colonel Miller. This move was opposed by the 300 Milford residents, but ultimately it was approved by the court. Due to the work and dedication, Colonel John Miller had for the soon to be city, the site was named after Miller’s birthplace, Richmond, Virginia.
Moving onto present day Richmond, it is one of Kentucky’s fastest growing cities and boasts a wide variety of theaters, entertainment for all ages, outdoor activities, and retail shopping. The city has numerous parks that offer hiking, biking, swimming, and scenic activities. The most prominent park within the area is Lake Reba Recreational Complex. Going along the lines of outdoors activities, Gibson Bay Golf Club is recognized as an honorable mention by Golf Digest for the best new public golf course in the United States. The historic downtown of Richmond is one of the finest restored 19th-century commercial districts in the Southeast. Downtown Richmond Association is specifically dedicated to promoting growth and quality of life in the community by protecting, preserving, and prompting Richmond.
The city of Richmond is fortunate enough to have established top-tier healthcare facilities and acute clinics within its borders. Some of the healthcare facilities that call Richmond home include: Baptist Health Richmond, Madison Health & Rehabilitation, and Richmond Women’s Health Care. As with any healthcare provider, disposing of the medical waste that is produced can be a costly expense. MedPro Disposal offers cost-effective programs that will surely dispose of the medical waste within Richmond region, all at an affordable cost: medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical mailback, and OSHA compliance training.
Give MedPro Disposal a call today for a free, no-hassle quote and to hear our customized plan we will develop for your facility. This plan is developed based on knowing your current medical waste volume and fluctuation. Our medical waste disposal program is started providing red-lined cardboard boxes that will accumulate the waste. Upon your scheduled pick-up date, MedPro Disposal will come to you to collect the old boxes. This program is then restarted by providing you with new red-lined boxes on that same scheduled pick-up date. Here at MedPro Disposal, we understand that change in volume and fluctuation of medical may happen. Thus, we will accommodate to your medical waste needs at any point time with a simple phone call to us.
One of the things that make the city of Richmond so attractive is how safe the community is. What can aid to the safeness of the community is the control of pharmaceuticals, keeping them out of the water systems and streets. MedPro Disposal’s pharmaceuticals mailback program is the answer to dispose of all unwanted or unused medications, at an affordable cost. Our 2.5 gallon OTC/Rx bucket will collect theses pharmaceuticals without tying you down into monthly payments, since the bucket is only a one-time fee. When the bucket filled, simply attach the prepaid UPS return that comes equipped with the bucket and place it in the mail. Once it has been placed in the mail, we will handle the rest!
To ensure that your employees have the knowledge how to handle dangerous medical waste, MedPro Disposal offers OSHA compliance training. Our training consists of short educational videos, followed by multiple-choice questions after each section. These questions will ensure the information being taught, is being retained. Don’t waste paying your employees a day to travel to a consultant to become OSHA certified, MedPro Disposal’s training can be done completed at the convenience of your facility through our online portal.
With medical waste constantly rising, facilities are continuing to look for ways to counter these increased costs. Repeatedly, they are turning to MedPro Disposal to save money on this required service. On average, MedPro Disposal is saving customers 20-40% annually through their waste programs: medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical mail-back, and OSHA compliance training. We are able to bundle our services in order to offer your facility substantial discounts.
The City of Richmond was founded in 1798 by Colonel John Miller from Virginia, a British American who had served with the rebels in the Revolutionary War. According to tradition, Miller was attracted to the area by the good spring water and friendly Native Americans. That year, the Kentucky legislature approved moving the county seat from Milford to land owned by Colonel Miller. The residents of Milford adamantly opposed the move, which led to a fist fight between Dave Kennedy (representing Milford) and William Kearly (representing Richmond). The county approved the move in March 1798. On July 4, 1798, the new town was named Richmond in honor of Miller's Virginia birthplace.