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The Dalles is the county seat and largest city of Wasco County, Oregon. The name of the city comes from the French word dalle (meaning either “sluice” or “flagstone” and referring to the columnar basalt rocks carved by the river.
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|Health Care Clinic||97037||$1,200|
|Cancer Treatment Center||97420||$48,000|
Highway I-84, U.S. 30, and U.S. 197 join arms in the great city of The Dalles, Oregon. Lasting at least 10,000 years, The Dalles once served as the major trading post for Indian tribes. Although the town might not be all that large, the land goes down in history as one of the most important archaeological regions in the United States.“The Dalles” may not appear as if it would be the name to a city. The name derived from the French word, “Dalle”, otherwise known as dale. This came to be as a result of the indigenous columnar basalt rocks that were carved out by the river. The Columbia River served its purpose as a major channel for the trade of fur. North American fur trade on the Columbia River, native to The Dalles, allowed businesses like the Pacific Fur Company and the North West Company to work with one another. Significantly trickling in, American settlers came to the land in the early 1840s by way of the Oregon Trail. Interestingly enough, the trails end fell right in the city of The Dalles. The trail had to come to an end due to the fact that any further west you traveled, the steeper the cliffs became. These cliffs went straight into the Columbia River. The only way to reach Willamette Valley was by way of raft. Google broke ground in 2006, building a major data center along the river. This construction was called “Project 02”. Google’s reason for building this location was to make use of Dalle’s highly reliable hydroelectric power. Google not only brought plenty of work to the area, in regards to the construction, but this brought employment opportunities to the area. With healthcare constantly on the rise, and people constantly coming down with illnesses, the Mid-Columbia Medical Center serves as the top employer in the area. MedPro Disposal extends our hand in helping keep the great city of The Dalles clean and protected.MedPro Disposal strives to make an impact on the great people of The Dalles. Our soul mission is to protect the very people from the disastrous events that could spark from improper education and handling procedures on each facility’s medical waste. Education is the first step in securing a compliant practice. Medical waste can broadly be classified as any item that meets bodily fluids. Digging deeper, it is any solidified waste that is generated in regards to the diagnosis, treatment, or immunization of humans. At one point in time, the regimen was one that allowed practices to fill their special waste bag and dispose of this waste like any normal garbage. Stemming from this improper handling was spread of disease and virus, problems that easily could’ve been prevented.Examples seem to drive conversation and understanding. Let’s use gloves as our example. The minute gloves have been used to carry out treatment or diagnosis on a patient, these gloves must be placed in the proper disposal container immediately following their use. The CDC provided a statistic in 2011 stating that an educated estimate of 17 million individuals were infected by practices unsafe handling of their medical waste. A troubling 99,000 ended up losing their lives. These unsafe events are situations that MedPro has solutions for. We handle these substances on a daily basis, and we are the experts in the field. Safety is key. Safety for patients should always be accounted for, however, the workers and environment must be accounted for as well. MedPro offers a wide variety of services to assure the residents of The Dalles safe and compliant disposal procedures are always priority. With a strong community such as Dalles, keeping every individual safe and healthy is a must.
Our RMW service is the bread and butter of the disposal industry. This is our medical waste disposal, which serves as the main service that disposes of the mass quantities of waste generated in a location like that of Mid-Columbia Medical Center.
MedPro also is very proud to speak of our OSHA Compliance training. This online portal is a one-stop-shop for excellent education and compliant safety measures. With millions of healthcare professionals handling waste on a daily basis, the correct OSHA standards must remain practiced and preached. OSHA training eliminates possible errors, all the while keeping your doors open.
MedPro Disposal came to be to save facilities on their medical waste disposal. Medical costs are constantly rising, and officials don’t see it stopping any time soon. Practices were looking for a way to cut their annual spending, and on average, we can save our customers anywhere from 20-40% of their current spending. Allow us the opportunity to take one more burden off your shoulders. We will take care of the waste, and you get back to your patients. They need you.
The site of what is now the city of The Dalles was a major Native American trading center for at least 10,000 years. The general area is one of the continent's most significant archaeological regions.