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Quincy is a city in Norfolk County, Massachusetts, United States. Its nickname is “City of Presidents.” As a major part of Metropolitan Boston, Quincy is a member of Boston’s Inner Core Committee for the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC). Its population in 2010 was 92,271, making it the 8th largest city in the state.
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Quincy, Massachusetts is located in Norfolk County and is the 8th largest city in the state. The city is located directly south of Boston and is a part of the Greater Metropolitan area. Along with Boston, Quincy shares border with Milton, Braintree and Randolph, Massachusetts. The city is the birthplace of multiple presidents as well as the location of the first Dunkin Doughnuts.
Quincy was officially founded in 1792, at the end of the American Revolution and was named after Colonel John Quincy. Prior to its incorporation, the area was first settled by colonists around 1620 and had been a part of both Dorchester and later, Braintree. Quincy gained its city hood in 1888 and can attribute some of the population increase to the creation of the Old Colony Railroad. This railroad greatly increased the accessibility to Greater Boston. The Granite Railway was also the first commercial railroad constructed in the country.
Historically, the city’s economy had been fueled by industrial and manufacturing labor such as granite mining and later, shipbuilding along the Fore River. Nowadays, the local economy has shifted to a white collar perspective with residents working for large employers in the financial, insurance, and healthcare sectors. Some of the largest employers in the city are Boston Financial Data Services and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts.
As the healthcare industry continue to grow, it is critical that both independent practices and large healthcare systems strive to minimize costs. One area physicians and practice managers are consistently overspending is medical waste disposal. These expenses can be mitigated by selecting a medical waste disposal service that is both compliant and cost-effective.
MedPro Disposal offers a low cost alternative to medical waste disposal in Quincy, Massachusetts and the Greater Boston area. Founded in 2009, MedPro has grown to become a premier service provider, servicing 46 states. Our success is credited to offering the healthcare industry clear savings. Our services include medical and biohazard waste disposal, sharps disposal, OSHA compliance training, and a sharps and pharmaceutical mail back program.
Sharps waste such as needles, syringes, or scalpels are biohazardous material that have become contaminated with bodily fluids and can puncture the skin. These items need to be placed in a puncture-proof container before being properly disposed of. If these items were to be disposed of in the solid waste stream, they run the risk of harming waste haulers and processors. MedPro Disposal will provide fully compliant sharps containers. From there, they can be safely picked up by a medical waste disposal service and treated before being disposed.
Our OSHA Compliance training program provides physicians and their employees with up to date training and certifications such as HIPPA, BBP, and HazCom. These courses can be completed via our online platform via video and multiple choice questions. MedPro will assist in the enrollment process and the assignment of an administrator to monitor the training and certification. The certificates can be printed for filing purposes, while an online record will remain to be easily accessible.
MedPro Disposal also offers a sharps and pharmaceutical mail back program for Quincy residents and businesses. The mail back program is fully compliant with state and federal regulations and meets the strict guidelines of the US Postal Service. It can oftentimes be more cost effective for low quantity generators or one time users and ensures that your unwanted drugs or used sharps are being disposed of safely and compliantly. Simply order your required container size. MedPro will ship the package complete with container, direction, and pre-paid return slip. When the container is full, put it back in the shipping box, fill in the destruction manifest and mail it in the return address.
MedPro can help Quincy, Massachusetts physicians save on their medical waste disposal by providing the right-sized solution for their specific needs. Whether you are a large or small quantity generator, we can meet your needs and provide you with a price that makes sense. There are no hidden fees or surcharges. MedPro delivers the best price, while still guaranteeing a safe and dependable service.
Among the city's several firsts was the Granite Railway, the first commercial railroad in the United States. It was constructed in 1826 to carry granite from a Quincy quarry to the Neponset River in Milton so that the stone could then be taken by boat to erect the Bunker Hill Monument in Charlestown, Massachusetts. Quincy granite became famous throughout the nation, and stonecutting became the city's principal economic activity.