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Chesapeake is an independent city located in the U.S. state of Virginia. As of the 2010 census, the population was 222,209, in 2013, the population was estimated to be 232,977, making it the third-most populous city in Virginia.
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Chesapeake is a diverse community founded in 1963. The city is located on the Atlantic Intercostal Waterway. According to Bloomberg Businessweek, Chesapeake was name the 21st best city in America. The climate consists of hot humid summers, and mostly mild to cool winters. The city is home to the Navy bases, NALF Fentress and Northwest Annex. Some notable residents of the Chesapeake area include: Alonzo Mourning, Justin Upton, and DeAngelo Hall. The city had seen drastic economic improvements during the 1980, thanks to the Japanese-owned company Sumitomo. The unique blend of urban and rural centers has provided the residents of the Chesapeake area with strong healthcare facilities.The premier healthcare system includes: Sentara Norfolk General Hospital, Chesapeake General Hospital, and Sentara Care Plex Hospital. These facilities are dedicated to provide the best care for the residents of Norfolk County. The dense population of the Chesapeake area continues to produce vast amounts of medical waste at these healthcare systems every year. It is essential these facilities take extreme caution when handling this dangerous waste to ensure safety to their patients and the surrounding community. Strict federal and state laws are enforced, so it is important to have the best service regarding the removal process of this waste.MedPro Disposal offers cost-effective and reliable medical waste removal services to the Chesapeake area. We specialize in providing your facility with a customized plan to accommodate your specific medical needs. The services offered by MedPro Disposal include: regulated medical waste removal, pharmaceutical disposal, OSHA compliance, and shredding.Medical waste is broadly classified as any item that comes into contact with body fluids. Specifically, it is any solid waste that is generated in the diagnosis, treatment or immunization of humans. We offer our medical waste disposal program to the practices of the Chesapeake area to alleviate your medical waste concerns. MedPro Disposal requires two pieces of information to construct your personal plan. Those pieces of information include: how much medical waste is being produced, and how often your medical waste is picked up. With those pieces we work with you to find the best cost-effective fir for your practice.The removal process is fairly simple once your facility’s plan has been created. MedPro Disposal will provide you with red-lined cardboard boxes which will accumulate the medical waste. Your designated pick up dates will allow your facility to have the waste removed. This automated process will allow you to focus on what matters the most, your patients.Another service that is offered to the Chesapeake area is our unique pharmaceutical mail back program. The management of pharmaceutical waste is monitored by the EPA. The laws have been enforced to protect the surrounding community for any exposure to these harmful medications. In order to eliminate this problem, MedPro Disposal would provide your facility with a 2.5 gallon OTC/Rx or Controlled bucket that would collect expired and unneeded medications. The buckets come equipped with a pre-paid return label to simplify the process. You will send the full bucket back for disposal and will be able to be provided with another bucket to restart the process.
We also offer an OSHA compliance program to ensure all of your employees are properly certified. Our online portal provides your employees with comprehensive and educational videos. The short videos are followed with multiple choice question to ensure your employees understand the OSHA training. Once the program is completed your employee will be awarded an OSHA certificate that is able to be printed out for filing purposes. The certificates will also remain on the online portal which is accessible at any time.
MedPro Disposal also offers a shredding service for the practices in the Chesapeake area. This service allows your practice to securely eliminate unwanted documents. The benefit to working with MedPro Disposal is our ability to bundle our services. We are able to offer your practice a greater discount with bundling these services.
In 1963, the new independent city of Chesapeake was created when the former independent city of South Norfolk consolidated with Norfolk County. The consolidation, authorized by the Virginia General Assembly, was approved and the new name selected by the voters of each community by referendum.