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Bozeman is a city in and the county seat of Gallatin County, in the southwestern part of the state. The 2012 census estimate put the population at 38,695 making it the fourth largest city in the state.
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Bozeman, Montana is the county seat of Gallatin County. It is the fourth largest city in state and home to Montana State University. Bozeman is located in the southeastern portion of the state in the Gallatin Valley. The cities short distance to mountain ranges, ski resorts, and hiking trails attract avid outdoors lovers.
Bozeman received its name from John M. Bozeman who founded the Bozeman Trail which united the Oregon Trail to northern mining towns and attracted settlers to the fertile land. Fort Ellis was erected in 1867 bringing stability and stability to the area. Once the Northern Pacific Railway made it to the town, Bozeman’s population began to grow rapidly. The local economy was fueled by the nearby fisheries, agriculture and trade. In 1893, Montana State University was established helping to bring an educated workforce to the area.
With its scenic landscape and access to outdoor recreation, Bozeman attracts fishers, hiker, hunters, and ski lovers to area with some of the best fly fishing and skiing in the country. Bozeman is also a short driving distance from Yellow Stone National Park. Yellowstone brings in over 2 million visitors annually. Nearby Big Sky Resort is the largest ski resorts by ski area in the country.
Today, the cities industry is generated mainly through the Montana State University, the towns largest employers, tech and biotech companies, and tourism. Montana State University or MSU is known for its agriculture and science programs with many studies being conducted in nearby Yellowstone National Park. The healthcare sector is also an important factor in Bozeman’s economy.
The number of practicing physicians in the Bozeman area has continued to grow since the 1990’s experiencing a 60% increase while the size of hospitals has remained remained the same. A large struggle for the hospital and healthcare facilities is treating patients who may not have the ability to pay their medical bills in times of economic hardship. Healthcare facilities are constantly looking for ways to mitigate the cost of healthcare.
Regulated medical waste can be over five times as expensive than regular waste as it needs to be properly contained, treated, and disposed by a licensed medical waste hauler. MedPro Disposal offers a cost saving solution to medical waste disposal for Bozeman, Montana. In addition to medical waste disposal, we offer a sharps and pharmaceutical mail back program, and OSHA compliance training. This makes us the one stop shop for practices looking to save.
MedPro Disposal was able to save our clients in 46 states an average of 30% on their medical waste disposal bills. We were able to do this by providing transparent contracts with no hidden fees or surcharges and custom tailored service plans that make sense. We will look at your individual needs based on volume generated and frequency of pick up and put together a service plan that minimizes expenses. We can save practices additional money by bundling our services such as OSHA compliance.
Our sharps and pharmaceutical mail back program is a great option for low quantity generators or locations in rural communities. If you have unwanted drugs or used sharps needles that need to be disposed of, we can ship you a container specially designed to hold and transport your unwanted drugs and sharps needles via the US Postal Service. We offer a variety of sizes to best meet your needs and are fully compliant with all state and federal regulations.
Our OSHA compliance program provides a user friendly online platform to manage and train your entire team to ensure everyone is fully compliant. The platform makes it simple to track your employees progress. The training is done through interactive online videos with multiple choice quizzes to test knowledge base. Upon completion, you will receive certificate to be printed for filing purposes with an online copy to remain for reference.
MedPro is the low cost solution to medical waste disposal for Bozeman, Montana. Our custom tailored service plans and full line of products will ensure you have everything you need to remain compliant and safe, at the best possible price. With MedPro, you can expect a transparent contract with no hidden fees or surcharges. The price we quote is the price you pay!
The Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman gained fame through the work of its chief paleontologist, Jack Horner. Horner was the prototype for the character Dr. Alan Grant in the best selling novel/movie, "Jurassic Park."