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Columbia is a city in and the county seat of Boone County, Missouri, United States; it is the fifth-largest city in Missouri and the largest city in Mid-Missouri. With a population of 113,225 as of the 2012 estimate according to the United States Census, it is the principal municipality of the Columbia Metropolitan Area, a region of 175,831 residents.
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The city of Columbia was founded in 1820, and is located in Boone County. The metropolitan city is the fourth most populous area in the state of Missouri. The University of Missouri is one of many landmarks that distinguishes the city from surrounding communities. The large influence on politics, art and journalism is an example of your typical Midwestern college town. There are many activities and events the residents of Columbia are fortunate to take part in. The Rock Bridge Memorial State Park was voted the #1 state park in central Missouri. The beautiful natural scenery has activities for all ages to engage in. Visitors have many options when visiting The Rock Bridge Memorial State Park. There are miles of paths and trails that allow the visitors to engage in physical activities.
The residents of Boone County also enjoy the elaborate art museums and sporting events. The Columbia Art League was voted among the top 10 sights and landmarks located in the Midwest. The gallery is home to many vibrant paintings and beautiful pottery. The University of Missouri often brings the community together to watch the best athletes in the country participate in sporting events. The Mizzou Tigers are an elite football team that packs the stadium every weekend. The University also has a great basketball and baseball team. There are many activities and events that offered to the community, although what the residents are most appreciative for is the top-tier healthcare system.
The healthcare facilities of Columbia all share one common theme which includes providing the absolute best care for the residents of Boone County. These nationally recognized healthcare facilities include: Ellis Fischer Cancer Center, University of Missouri Hospital, and Harry S. Truman Memorial Hospital. These facilities all face one major problem when taking care of the residents of Columbia. The production of medical waste is a problem that needs to be addressed in order to ensure the safety of the patients and the surrounding communities. Medical waste is broadly defined as any item that comes into contact with bodily fluids. Specifically, it is any solid waste that is generated in the diagnosis, treatment, or immunization of a human. It is extremely important the disposal process of this waste is taken with caution.
MedPro Disposal specializes in the removal of medical waste for the healthcare facilities of Columbia. We offer cost-effective and reliable medical waste removal services to eliminate your concerns. Our team will construct a personalized plan in order to serve you better. We require two pieces of information in order to get the process started. The information includes how much medical waste is being produced, and how often you would like to have it picked up. That information allows us to create a pick up schedule for your practice. You will be provided red-lined cardboard boxes which would hold the accumulated medical waste. On your scheduled pick up date we would remove the boxes for disposal and provide you with additional containers to restart the process.
Another popular service we offer to the healthcare facilities of Columbia includes our unique pharmaceutical mail back program. Your facility will be provided with a 2.5 gallon OTC/Rx or controlled bucket which comes equipped with a pre-paid UPS return label. The bucket is a one-time purchase which eliminates a monthly expense. The environmentally friendly program offers a great solution to those unwanted medications you may have accumulated. The program is compliant on all state and federal levels. It is important these medications do not end up in the landfills and water systems of Columbia. Our pharmaceutical mail back program also does an excellent job preventing the illegal diversion of controlled substances.
We are able to train key members of your facility through our online OSHA portal. Our training consists of short educational videos explaining the correct way to properly dispose of medical waste. After each section your employees will be required to complete multiple choice questions in order to gauge their understanding. The training includes: interactive multimedia training, guaranteed up-to-date regulation information, and a great comprehensive set of resources. Upon completion of the training, your employee will be awarded a certificate. The certificate is available to be printed for filing purposes, but will remain accessible on our online portal at any time.
The benefits MedPro Disposal has to offer to the healthcare practices of Columbia are tremendous. We offer an array of services which include: regulated medical waste, pharmaceutical disposal, and OSHA compliance. We are able to bundle these services together in order to provide your facility with additional discounts.
Fun or Little-Known Facts: The Columbia area was once part of the Mississippian culture and home to the Mound Builders. When European explorers arrived, the area was populated by the Osage and Missouri Indians. In 1678, La Salle claimed all of Missouri for France. The Lewis and Clark Expedition passed by the area on the Missouri River in early June 1804. In 1806, two sons of Daniel Boone established a salt lick 40 miles (64 km) northwest of Columbia. giving the area its early name: Boonslick. The Boone's Lick Trail wound from St. Charles to the lick in present day Howard County.