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Here are some local San Diego resources if you have any questions pertaining to Medical Waste Storage, Transportation and Disposal.
San Diego Border Office
https://www.epa.gov/region9/fieldoffices/sandiegoborder.html San Diego Border Office
San Diego County Department of Health
http://www.sdcounty.ca.gov/deh/hazmat/med_waste.html San Diego County Department of Health
Prescription Disposal Drop Off
https://www.sandiego.gov/police/contact Prescription Disposal Drop Off
Here is a handy list of local supply and other resources we have gathered that you should find useful.
County Medical Society
http://www.sdcms.org/ County Medical Society
http://www.medicalprofessionals.com/ Medical Professionals
Safe Drug Disposal
http://www.sdsheriff.net/about_administrationcenter.html Safe Drug Disposal
Physicians have asked for a series of services and benefits from medical waste disposal companies, and MedPro Disposal has responded with the MedPro Advantage. More than a catchy slogan, it’s a solution-based commitment to work as a partner with our customers and remain responsive.
Cost is a major concern for doctors and MedPro Disposal has responded with several improvements including “right-sized” service plans. We will create a pick-up plan based on our customer’s needs, not our schedule. We try to congregate pick-ups with other facilities nearby and on the same days to save fuel and time and money. Then we pass those savings on because it’s common sense and good for building a long-term business relationship.
Doctors and medical administrators asked for simplified invoicing and MedPro responded with a one-flat-fee invoice that never includes any add-on fees or surcharges. One flat fee means the same price every month, no surprises.
The healthcare industry asked for more and better training. The MedPro Online Safety Compliance Portal is the result of years of study to create this unique platform available through the MedPro Disposal website. Contained in this secure, cloud-based system are modules for every conceivable training requirement and safety plan/audit. OSHA, HIPPA, HazCom training and MSDS/SDS forms are all current and online for training and certification. Customized safety plans including exposure control and fire safety can be created on the platform and safely stored.
Lower risk is always a concern throughout the medical profession, and MedPro Disposal helps our partner-customers achieve that through training, with printed material and posters for display in facilities, and with substantial insurance. MedPro Disposal has always maintained very significant insurance coverage in every area we service. Peace-of-mind for our customers is a top priority.
Customers have asked for improved customer service and so MedPro Disposal instituted the Dedicated Consumer Advocate program so every customer knows to ask for – by name – the person assigned to their account. Questions, comments, complaints? The dedicated advocate is always responsible to answer the call and provide resolution.
Doctors want full-service medical waste disposal San Diego, CA including mail-back programs for sharps and for unwanted or expired prescription drugs. MedPro Disposal does it.
Being a teammate on the San Diego healthcare team is a responsibility relished by MedPro Disposal. We accept our role and pledge to remain vigilant and responsive to our respected customers, the doctors, nurses, and medical professionals on the front lines of healthcare in Southern California.
San Diego Bay is the “birthplace” of San Diego. On his search for a northwestern Pacific-to-Atlantic passage, Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo set anchor in San Diego Bay on September 28, 1542, naming the Bay “San Miguel” after the saint whose day it was. Sixty years later, explorer Sebastian Viscaino arrived in San Miguel and renamed it “San Diego de Alcala”, after the patron saint of his flagship.
The world’s oldest seaworthy tall sailing ship, the Star of India, calls San Diego Bay its homeport. Built in the 1863 and christened the Euterpe, after the Greek goddess of music, it circumnavigated the world 21 times.
With headquarters adjacent to Lindbergh Field, San Diego’s Consolidated Aircraft’s workforce grew during 1940 from 3,170 to 33,000. By 1942, nearly 40 percent of the workforce was female, nicknamed “Rosie the Riveter.’ By 1945, Consolidated’s San Diego plant had turned out 6,724 B-24 Liberators in support of World War II.