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Bellevue (French for “beautiful view”) is a city in Sarpy County, Nebraska. The population was 50,137 at the 2010 census. Eight miles south of Omaha, Bellevue is part of the Omaha-Council Bluffs metropolitan area.
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The city Bellevue is a part of Sarpy County, Nebraska. As of the 2010 population census, Bellevue has a population of 50,137. It is located 8 miles south of Omaha, and sits on the eastern border of Nebraska. The Nebraska State Legislature has credited the town as being the second old settlement in Nebraska and was once the seat of government.
The land that Bellevue stands on today first saw traffic as a fur trading post in 1822, which was built by Joshua Pilcher. The post was later known to be called “Fronenelle’s Post” after being run by Lucien Fontenelle, whom was a fur trader that purchased the post in 1828 to represent the American Fur Company. In 1832, the post was sold to the US government to be used for the Missouri River Indian Agency. During the 1850’s Bellevue continued to grow as the community became a central hub for transfer of manufactured goods from the East and furs from the West. Today, the economy of Bellevue continues to be diverse in many different industries and provides an array of careers to the residents.
Bellevue, which means French for “beautiful view”, has tons of amenities that residents and visitors can take part of. Taking a walk in the Fontenelle Forest Nature Center will shows the true beauty of nature. Take the family along to the Bellevue Berry and Pumpkin patch for a fun day exploring corn mazes and picking out pumpkins! Feeling more like relaxing and kicking back? No worries, there are an array of top of the line spa’s and health facilities that will surely take care of that.
The healthcare facilities within the region of Bellevue provide great aid and help to its residents. Some of the more major healthcare facilities include: Overlake Hospital Medical Center, Mission Healthcare at Bellevue, and Group Health Bellevue. The healthcare facilities across the nation, as well as the ones located in Bellevue, all produce medical waste. This medical waste is often costly to dispose of and possibly dangerous. MedPro Disposal offers cost-effective programs that all aim for an affordable medical waste disposal process for your facility. Some of these programs include: medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical mailback, and OSHA compliance training.
Medical waste disposal is a fairly simple process, but can be overseen by hidden fees and being over charged. Not here at MedPro Disposal! Our medical waste program will ensure of the upmost affordable pricing, without losing any of the reliable service your facility deserves. Give us a call today for a free, no-hassle quote on how much you will be saving choosing us and to also hear a customized removal plan we will develop for your facility. This plan will be based off of your current fluctuation and volume of medical waste. Once this plan is set into action, we will begin our medical waste program by providing your facility red-lined cardboard boxes to accumulate the waste. Upon your scheduled pick-up dates, we will travel to your facility to pick up the old boxes and provide you with new ones. This will restart the whole process!
Other than our medical waste program, MedPro Disposal also offers pharmaceutical mailback. This will ensure of the safe disposal of all unused or unwanted pharmaceuticals with ease. MedPro Disposal will provide your facility with either a 2.5 or 10 gallon OTC/Rx bucket to accumulate theses pharmaceuticals. Rather charging you monthly payments for using the buckets, they are only a one-time charge. Thus, giving you the freedom to take however long needed to fill up the bucket! One week or one year, it is up to you! Once ready for disposal, simply attach the prepaid UPS return label, that comes equipped with the bucket, onto the bucket and place it in the mail for disposal. We will handle the rest from there.
To compliant our medical and pharmaceutical disposal programs, MedPro Disposal offers OSHA compliance training. This training is required to have for all employees who will potentially be handling medical waste. No need to pay your employees to travel outside your facility to obtain this certification, for our training is all hosted via our online portal. Training consist of short educational videos and will cover DOT, EPA, OSHA, and other regulations. After each section of the course, participates will be asked multiple choice questions to ensure that the valuable information is being retained. Completion of the course will be followed by certificates of completion, and can be accessed online for filing purposes.
The benefits that MedPro Disposal has to offer the facilities of Bellevue are tremendous. Through one of our programs, MedPro Disposal will alieve you of any medical waste worries you may have. On average, we see that our customers see an annual saving of 20-40% compared from their previous speed.
Originally settled in the 1830s, Bellevue was incorporated in 1855 and is the oldest continuous town in Nebraska. The Nebraska State Legislature has credited the town as being the second oldest settlement in Nebraska.