MedPro Disposal offers medical waste disposal, infectious sharps waste management, OSHA compliance training including
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Richmond is the capital of the Commonwealth of Virginia, in the United States. Since 1871 it has been an independent city and not part of any county. Richmond is the center of the Richmond Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) and the Greater Richmond area. As of the 2010 census, the population was 204,214, in 2013, the population was estimated to be 211,172, with a population of 1,208,101 for the Richmond Metropolitan Area – making it the fourth-most populous city in Virginia.
Richmond is located at the center of the Metropolitan Statistical Area and the Greater Richmond Region. The city was incorporated in 1742 and became an independent city in 1871. Located at the intersection of i-95 and i-64, Richmond is located at the fall line of James River. The city had been an important village of the Powhatan Confederacy and was settlers by the colonists in 1609. The economy is driven by lawn, finance, and government including both state and federal levels. Richmond also has an outstanding healthcare system servicing the residents of Richmond. These elite healthcare systems are dedicated to providing the best care in the region. Top healthcare facilities such as: Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center, Bon Secours St. Mary’s Hospital, and Johnston-Willis Hospitals. The facilities in the Richmond area are nationally ranked, the residents are fortunate to take advantage of the care. The dense population produces vast amounts of medical waste at these facilities every year. It is very important these facilities take extreme caution when properly disposing of this dangerous waste.MedPro Disposal specializes in the removal process for the Richmond area healthcare facilities. We pride our business on providing the best cost-effective and reliable service for you practice. There are many services offered to serve your medical disposal needs. We offer regulated medical waste disposal, pharmaceutical disposal, and OSHA compliance. We simplify all these services for your facility so you can focus on what matters the most, your patients.MedPro disposal offers the best-in-class regulated medical waste disposal. One benefit MedPro Disposal has to offer is the flexibility we have to provide your practice with the service. Medical waste Disposal 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. The process is fairly simple; our team needs two pieces of information to construct a customized plan to fit your needs. The pieces of information include: how much medical waste is being produced, and how often your facility is getting the medical waste picked up. The variety of plans that are offered will guarantee a great fit for your practice. The program is set up with red-lined cardboard boxes that would be provided to your facility. The boxes would accumulate the waste and then be picked up on your scheduled frequency for disposal. MedPro Disposal will provide you with new boxes to restart the process. At MedPro we understand you may not be producing the initial amount that you had selected, so therefore we are very flexible. We are able to adjust your frequency and volume to accommodate your waste production. Another service that is offered is our unique pharmaceutical mail-back program. Your practice would be provided with a 2.5 gallon OTC/Rx or Controlled bucket that would collect expired and unneeded medications. The bucket comes equipped with a pre-paid UPS return label for when you are ready to sent the bucket back. We offer reload programs for practices that are producing larger amounts of medications. It is very important to properly dispose of the medications to avoid having them in our landfills and water systems. In order to protect the surrounding community, this simple solution is a very popular program in the Richmond area.
Our online OSHA training is a great way to have your employees trained and certified. Our user-friendly online portal is accessible virtually anywhere, allowing your employees to receive training on their own time. The training consists of short educational videos with multiple-choice questions after each section to ensure your employees are retaining the information. Upon completion of all sections, your employee will be awarded a certificate that can be printed out for easy filing purposes. The certificate will remain accessible on the online portal. MedPro Disposal wants to help your employees get trained, certified, and untimely safe.
In 1606, James I granted a royal charter to the Virginia Company of London to settle colonists in North America. After the first permanent English-speaking settlement was established in April 1607, at Jamestown, Captain Christopher Newport led explorers northwest up the James River, and on May 24, 1607, erected a cross on one of the small islands in the middle of the part of the river that runs through today's downtown area. Two attempts at English settlement were subsequently made (in 1609 and 1610), but each was abandoned, as the native inhabitants were not willing to give up their capital without a fight. In the 1610s, colonist John Rolfe began to grow a sweeter variety of tobacco at Henricus, and it became a lucrative commodity in the tidewater region, driving further expansion.