Medical Waste Disposal in Duval County
MEDICAL WASTE DISPOSAL IN JACKSONVILLE, FL
Medical Waste Disposal Jacksonville Area
Dominating the First Coast region of Northeast Florida is the city of Jacksonville, which consolidated with Duval County in 1968 and is now the Sunshine State’s largest city in terms of both population and square miles. The Greater Jacksonville Metropolitan area is the 11th largest in the nation.
Greater “Jax” is home to more than 1.4 million people and many major health care systems and medical facilities such as St. Vincent’s HealthCare, Baptist Health, Shands HealthCare, Nemours Children’s Clinic, the Mayo Clinic, the recently relocated AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) Magic Johnson Healthcare Center, and the Naval Hospital (NH) Jacksonville which recently received the First Coast Healthiest Companies Gold Award from the First Coast Worksite Council. Along with this healthcare Who’s Who list the small medical and dental care centers, clinics and individual doctors’ and dentists’ offices in the Northeast Florida area number in the thousands. And one thing all these health and dental care providers have in common is the need for effective and efficient biomedical waste removal, transport and disposal.
Sharps Container Disposal in Jacksonville, FL
The sharps containers used for infectious biohazardous waste containment by healthcare providers servicing the 1.4 million people living in the Jacksonville metro area come in many shapes and sizes tailored specifically for hospitals, medical centers, nursing homes, rest homes and other biomedical waste generators. UMI stocks the full range and will manage your sharps collection container supply inventory for you.
The Jacksonville metro area includes medical waste management services in Atlantic Beach, Baldwin, Jacksonville, Jacksonville Beach, Neptune Beach, and surrounding cities.
Pharmaceutical Waste Management in Jacksonville, Florida
Pharmaceutical waste should not be mixed with other biomedical waste in sharps containers or infectious waste bags because they may be sterilized by autoclave treatment rather than incinerated. If you are a regulated pharmaceutical waste generator operating in Jacksonville. UMI can provide you with the proper waste collection containers and instruct you in their use.
Medical Safety Supplies in Duval County
“Biomedical waste” includes such things as used bandages and gauze, “sharps” like scalpels, needles, and lancets, and residual amounts of blood and other bodily fluids. Like all medical waste generators, Jacksonville health care providers large and small are required to comply with a number of OSHA and other public health and safety rules and regulations regarding the disposal of infectious and biohazardous materials. And UMI stands ready to provide them all with professional, reliable and economical infectious medical waste removal solutions.
United Medical Industries, Inc. is a family owned and operated enterprise that provides affordable biomedical waste services for medical practices in the Greater Jacksonville/First Coast area and across the state of Florida. Our 25 years of experience in this heavily regulated industry assures your medical waste will be handled and disposed of in strict accordance with all federal, state and local laws.
100% MONEY-BACK SATISFACTION GUARANTEE
We have a 100% Money-Back Satisfaction Guarantee with every service we provide! UMI is a licensed and insured Florida medical waste transporter & disposal company, operating in compliance with all applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations. We offer same-day biohazardous materials removal or regularly-scheduled medical waste collections anywhere in the state of Florida - e.g. Jacksonville, Miami, Tampa, St. Petersburg, Orlando, Hialeah, Tallahassee, Ft. Lauderdale, Port St. Lucie and Pembroke Pines.
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