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It was named for the early 18th-century coal mining enterprises of the Wooldridge brothers, who came from mining villages in the counties of East and West Lothian in Scotland. They called their new venture Mid-Lothian and produced the first commercially mined coal in the Virginia Colony and in what became the United States.
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Midlothian is a suburban community located west of Richmond, and south of the James River. The community was founded over 300 years ago and is recognized for producing the first commercially mined coal. Some historic landmarks in the great city of Midlothian include: Bethel Baptist Church, Bellona Arsenal, and the Chesterfield Railroad. Midlothian is also very fortunate to take advantage of an elite healthcare system servicing the residents of the Chesterfield County area. The residents of Midlothian are serviced by facilities including: Bon Secours St. Francis Medical Center, CJW Medical Center, and Midlothian Campus and South Hospital. The healthcare facilities of Midlothian are dedicated to providing excellent care to the community. One main problem these facilities are all facing is the proper disposal of medical waste that is produced by the residents. It is essential they have a company to provide service and removal this waste safely. The strict state and federal laws pertaining to this service ensure the safety of the patients and the surrounding community. 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.MedPro Disposal specializes in the medical waste removal process for the Midlothian healthcare facilities. Our cost-effective and reliable service is a great solution to the surrounding area facility’s medical waste needs. One benefit MedPro Disposal offers is the ability to create a customized plan to suit your facility’s medical waste problem. We require two pieces of information to start the process of constructing your designated plan. The two pieces of information include: how much medical waste is being produced by your facility, and how often the waste is picked up. Once those pieces are acquired our team works with you to accommodate your requests. The process is very simple, allowing you to have more time to focus on what matters the most, your patients. We understand changes happen, therefore MedPro Disposal is very flexible when it comes to your facility’s requests. We are able to change your frequency and volume pertaining to your medical waste needs. Additional services offered by MedPro Disposal are another great solution to alleviate any concerns of the disposal process. Our unique pharmaceutical mail-back program is a great service that is a popular option in the Midlothian area. Your facility would be provided a 2.5 gallon OTC/Rx or Controlled bucket that would collect expired and unnecessary medications. The bucket comes equipped with a pre-paid return label for the disposal process. However long it takes for your facility to fill the bucket is fine, the one-time purchase of the bucket allows flexibility to accumulate medications. Once the bucket has met capacity you simply mail it back for proper disposal. Your practice will have an option to enroll in a reload program to be provided with another bucket once the old one has been disposed of.We offer an excellent OSHA training certification course to ensure your employees are certified. Our online OSHA portal is very user friendly and easily accessible virtually anywhere. The training course contains online videos for each section, followed by short multiple-choice questions. The training is available at any time of the day, and is very convenient for your employee to receive training on their own time. Upon completion of the course, your employee will be presented with a certificate stating successful completion of the course. The certificate can be printed out for easy filing purposes, but will also remain accessible on the online portal.MedPro Disposal also offers a shredding service to better serve your facilities need to dispose of confidential documents. Our service offered is safe and a convenient way to get rid of those unwanted documents laying around. To accommodate your facility, we specialize in properly shredding your documents.
The benefits to working with MedPro Disposal is our ability to bundle these services to better serve your facility. Our flexibility in creating a customized plan to suit your needs is a great solution to your medical needs. The array of service are able to be bundled in order to provide your practice with a substantial discount.
By the early 18th century, several mines were being developed by French Huguenots and others. The mine owners began to export the commodity from the region in the 1730s. Midlothian-area coal heated the U.S. White House for President Thomas Jefferson. The transportation needs of coal shipping stimulated construction of an early toll road, the Manchester Turnpike in 1807; and the Chesterfield Railroad, the state's first in 1831; each to travel the 13 miles from the mining community to the port of Manchester, just below the fall line of the James River.