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Industries

Long Term Care Facilities

Hospitals & Healthcare Systems

Hospitals and other healthcare systems provide complex services for the patients they serve, their primary task being to provide complete healthcare solutions to the public. These services can include emergency care, labor & delivery, surgery, and pharmacy. Due to the nature of their work, hospitals account for tons of medical waste generated each year. If not handled properly, this waste can have negative effects on the environment and presents a risk of exposure to staff and patients.

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Sharps Container Disposal

Sharps must always be contained in FDA-approved sharps containers to lower the risk of needlestick accidents. These containers are puncture-proof and leak-proof, making handling and transporting much safer.

Long Term Care Facilities

Nursing Homes and Long Term Care Facilities

Nursing homes and long-term care facilities are home to the most vulnerable population. At the same time, these facilities produce a substantial amount of medical waste per year, including blood, blood products, and bodily fluids, to name a few. Medical waste not only poses a significant health risk to workers but also to your patients and the environment as well. For this reason, the healthcare community has set forth regulations to control the handling and disposing of these substances.

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Sharps Waste Disposal

Needles and syringes are just two examples of sharps used in long-term care settings. Properly storing and disposing of these items reduces the possibility of needlestick injuries, spreading infection and disease.

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Pharmaceutical Waste Disposal

Long-term health care involves the heavy use of medications to support patient health. When these medications expire, are only partially used, or become contaminated, they must be disposed of safely and effectively. Pharmaceutical waste should be stored according to its category, including hazardous, non-hazardous, or controlled substances. Each category and type has a characteristic, such as ignitable, corrosive, reactive, toxic.

Medical Clinics & Physician Offices

Physician Offices

Physician offices provide various services to keep their patients healthy一things like vaccinations, lab testing, and other preventative measures. For this reason, they also create tons of medical waste. Medical waste is defined as any material contaminated by an infectious material, including blood, bodily fluids, and other potentially infectious materials.

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Confidential Document Shredding

The HIPAA Privacy Rule requires medical facilities like dialysis centers to implement certain measures to safeguard their patient’s confidential medical records. Paper document breaches remain prevalent among many industries. Paper shredding your records with an internal team on your premises still makes you vulnerable to data breaches, and in many cases, it isn’t sufficient. To protect your important records, we offer professional document shredding services with the most innovative shredding techniques.

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Medical Waste

Medical waste is defined by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as waste that can spread disease. This type of waste contains harmful microorganisms, and if not handled properly, it can negatively impact the environment and the people that come in contact with it.

Dialysis Centers

Dialysis Centers

Dialysis centers treat kidney disease by filtering their patient’s blood using a number of methods. This process requires medical workers to work intimately with medical waste like blood, blood products, and body fluids, posing a threat to the health and safety of staff and patients.

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Compliance Training for Dialysis Centers

Whether you’re defending your company against data breaches or fulfilling medical disposal requirements, the most effective way to protect your patients is by continuously educating your staff on the rules and regulations that guide your practice. Remaining in compliance with OSHA and HIPAA regulations is the best way to protect your business.

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DMI Solutions: Your Trusted Resource for Dialysis Center Medical Waste Disposal

Dialysis center patients are vulnerable, and as health care workers or managers at these centers, you must take extra precautions not to negatively impact their health. At DMI Solutions, we appreciate the magnitude of the work you do for dialysis patients. That’s why we want to help make it easier on you by offering medical waste disposal solutions that provide peace of mind. When you select us for your medical waste needs, you’ll benefit from timely service and hygienic disposal methods. Partnering with us also gives you access to a multitude of disposal services. You will no longer have to deal with contacting and paying multiple companies. Instead, you will get access to all-inclusive regulated medical waste disposal through one company for a fair price. We have a full fleet of trucks, and each of our staff members is thoroughly trained in safe disposal practices. If you’re looking for medical waste disposal for your dialysis center, contact our team at DMI Solutions for more information.

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Dental Clinics

Depending on the services that they offer, dental clinics may perform surgeries, root canals, fillings, and routine dental services on any given day. These services involve sharp materials and putting your staff in contact with hazardous medical waste materials like blood, blood products, and bodily fluids. These substances can spread disease, which is why the handling and disposing of them are heavily regulated. Institutions like the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and each state health administration are responsible for creating and enforcing these regulations.

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Disposal Solutions For Dental Clinics

The needs of each dental clinic are unique to the services that they provide. For instance, an endodontist’s office won’t offer the same services as general dentistry. Because of this, the medical waste disposal needs of each office will differ as well. At DMI Solutions, we are highly skilled in helping you identify the needs of your business and implementing a plan to allow you to see the best results. Experience has shown us that most dental clinics benefit from the following medical disposal services.

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Why Choose DMI Solutions for Dentist Office Medical Waste Disposal

At DMI Solutions, we offer all-inclusive solutions to your medical disposal needs. We have years of experience in the field, and we understand the unique requirements of managing medical waste in a dental office. When you choose us for your medical disposal needs, you’ll benefit from timely, efficient services at a fair price. If you’re looking for medical waste disposal for your dental clinic, contact us today for more information.

Waste Disposal for Veterinary Clinics Hospitals

Veterinary Hospitals and Clinics

Depending on the services that they offer, dental clinics may perform surgeries, root canals, fillings, and routine dental services on any given day. These services involve sharp materials and putting your staff in contact with hazardous medical waste materials like blood, blood products, and bodily fluids. These substances can spread disease, which is why the handling and disposing of them are heavily regulated. Institutions like the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and each state health administration are responsible for creating and enforcing these regulations.

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Why Choose DMI Solutions for Veterinary Medical Waste Disposal

At DMI Solutions, we understand the complexity of medical waste regulations and the standards set by OSHA and HIPPA laws. That’s why we can offer you ethical medical waste disposal services that keep your practice running smoothly. We know that one-size-fits-all solutions to medical waste disposal are ineffective and don’t address the needs of your business. That’s why we are dedicated to working closely with you to create a plan meant for you.

Surgical Centers Medical Waste Disposal

Surgery Centers

Depending on the services that they offer, dental clinics may perform surgeries, root canals, fillings, and routine dental services on any given day. These services involve sharp materials and putting your staff in contact with hazardous medical waste materials like blood, blood products, and bodily fluids. These substances can spread disease, which is why the handling and disposing of them are heavily regulated. Institutions like the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and each state health administration are responsible for creating and enforcing these regulations.

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Why Choose DMI Solutions for Medical Waste Disposal for Surgical Centers

Surgery centers perform critical functions for their patients and work with many types of conditions, producing medical waste in the process. This means that when looking for medical waste disposal, you need a comprehensive solution. Your surgery center may benefit from the following types of waste disposal.