MedPro Disposal offers medical waste disposal, infectious sharps waste management, OSHA compliance training including
bloodborne pathogens training and certification, and HIPAA-compliance document shredding and data destruction
services. MedPro Disposal keeps your practice safe and compliant so you can focus on what matters most, your patients.
Medical Waste & Sharps disposal can be a tricky business. Call MedPro today for a free compliance check.
MedPro Disposal’s Mail Back Pharmaceutical Waste Disposal Service makes it safe and easy to adhere to requirements.
MedPro Disposal is dedicated to helping educate you and your staff on ways to make compliance a simple and hassle-free part of your life.
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Lancaster is located at 40-02’23” North, 76-18’16” West (40.039860, -76.304366), and is 368 feet (112 m) above sea level. The city is located about 34 miles (55 km) southeast of Harrisburg, 70 miles (110 km) west of Philadelphia, 55 miles (89 km) north-northeast of Baltimore and 87 miles (140 km) northeast of Washington, D.C. The nearest towns and boroughs are Millersville (4.0 miles), Willow Street (4.8 miles), East Petersburg (5.3 miles), Lititz (7.9 miles), Landisville (8.6 miles), Mountville (8.8 miles), Rothsville (8.9 miles), and Leola (8.9 miles).
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Golf supporter or not, you may be familiar with a gentleman by the name of Jim Furyk. Lancaster, Pennsylvania is the city where Furyk’s roots lie, and where his successful career all began. Lancaster remains one of the eldest inland towns in the great United States of America. Although the population is significantly smaller than that of the major cities nearby, Lancaster is rich in history and fits into the categorization of a tight knit community. Believe it or not, in the midst of the American Revolution, Lancaster was the capital of the United States. Comically, it was only for a whole day, September 27th of 1777. The capital then moved to York, Pennsylvania. Not much longer after, the capital returned to Lancaster, reigning from 1799 to 1812.As of recently, Lancaster is in rebuild mode. Specialty shops as well as bars and nightlife are rapidly filing in, creating an enthusiastic environment for both local and foreign enjoyment. Largely occupied by the fine arts, the art community is growing rapidly along with the remainder of the downtown corridors. Lancaster General Hospital plays a significant role in not only providing jobs to the city, but assuring their citizens top-tier healthcare. Every hospitals main goal is to get their patients healthy, and keep them healthy. This doesn’t happen without all hands on deck. MedPro Disposal is here for the city of Lancaster, and the many healthcare providers, to play our part in helping you get back to your patients. Medical waste disposal is highly overlooked, yet required for all practices.Practices such as Lancaster General Hospital generate large quantities of medical waste. MedPro has years of experience and customer satisfaction in regards to the safe disposing and proper disposal of our customer’s medical waste. We know the measures that go into this service, but many are unsure as to what exactly medical waste is, and what types of services there are to choose from. Educating our customers and peers is our number one priority. Medical waste is broadly defined as any specific item that comes in contact with bodily fluids. A perfect example: surgical gloves. Let us dig a little deeper. Any solidified waste that is generated as a result of the diagnosis, treatment, even immunization of a patient is deemed medical waste. Improper handling and disposal has led to disastrous results. Many years ago, these wastes were thrown into a plastic bag, and disposed of just as any other waste would. Professionals discovered that these actions were leading to something bigger than expected. Significant disease spread, all the while leading to viruses and outbreaks that could’ve very easily gotten out of hand. Any human coming in contact with these biohazardous wastes can be at risk of blood-borne infection. Examples seem to guide the conversation. Let’s say a physician were to dispose of a used needle improperly, in an uncompliant manner. This could lead to another faculty member being at risk of getting pricked by this used needle. Today, MedPro Disposal offers the red biohazard containers and bags seen in many healthcare facilities nationwide. These bins safely protect the faculty and patients from being at risk to any of these tragic events that could take place.
We are human, just as you are. Everyone gets sick, and hospitals will always continue to grow. Keeping your practice up to OSHA Compliance standards is what we know best. Let us guide the way, do the heavy lifting, and provide your practice with a service that takes a little bit of the pressure off your hands.
MedPro has many services that suit your facility’s needs. One service we stand by confidently is our OSHA Compliance online training. This service is a one stop shop to getting your faculty educated, and up to speed with the latest guidelines in regards to medical waste disposal. A troubling statistic was discovered by OSHA, stating that roughly 5.6 million individuals in the healthcare field are handling medical waste every single day. Without proper training and up to date information, your facility may be at risk to being non-compliant.
The online portal is very easily accessible, all the while easy to use. Each member that needs this training has the ability to sign in, go through the modules, and come out feeling updated on the best precautions to take. Not only will they learn about how to properly handle medical waste, but they will be able to take this information and apply it into what they do every single day: serve their patients.
MedPro Disposal wants the residents of Lancaster to know that we are here to extend our helping hand. Our country is only as pristine and safe to be in as we make it, and we want to help bear the burden of your medical waste that you generate.
Our customers on average see savings from 20% to upwards of 40%. We handle your garbage; you worry about your patients. It’s as simple as that.
Milton S. Hershey, founder of Hershey Chocolate, began his candy making career in Lancaster, PA with the Lancaster Caramel Company.