Kingsport, Tennessee offers a magical blend of preserved history, outdoor recreation, and tourist attractions, all against the stunning backdrop of scenic northeast Tennessee in the shadow of the Appalachian mountains.
Kingsport, Tennessee is the northwestern city of the Tri-Cities area, comprised of Johnson City, Bristol, and Kingsport. Located in both Sullivan and Hawkins county, Kingsport is at the intersection Highways 11W and 23, with easy access to Virginia and North Carolina, as well as the regional airport. This unique city offers something for people from every walk of life.
MWA is the leading provider of medical waste disposal services in the Kingsport, Tennessee area.
Kingsport is home to Holston Valley Medical Center, Indian Path Community Hospital, and Encompass Health Rehabilitation of Kingsport. The doctors, nurses, and staff of these facilities have dedicated their work to the health and well-being of the city.
Healthcare and social assistance are the largest industries in Kingsport. Primary care physicians in Sullivan County see an average of 743 patients per year. With an abundance of dentists, nursing homes, and healthcare facilities, there is a crucial need for safe and affordable disposal of biomedical waste in Kingsport.
In the medical community, it takes a team of professionals to produce top-quality health care. An essential aspect of the process is the proper disposal of biomedical waste produced by hospitals, laboratories, doctor’s offices, or other facilities. MWA partners with health care providers to ensure safety for patients and the community every step of the way.
MWA works behind the scenes to keep safety a priority when disposing of contaminated objects that have come into contact with bodily fluid, such as needles, gloves, or bandages among other things. This biomedical waste can be defined as a type of solid or liquid biowaste that has been contaminated by a biohazardous agent that is infectious or potentially infectious. When it comes to appropriate disposal of biomedical waste, it can be confusing and time consuming to follow every regulation given by national and state administrations.
When choosing MWA, you can be assured that every guideline is being followed by knowledgeable professionals.
When dealing with large quantities of biomedical waste, most facilities prefer to use an off-site licensed treatment facility. After treatment, it is taken to a medically approved landfill. Medical waste of this sort can be generated from healthcare and medical facilities such as hospitals, physician’s offices, urgent care facilities, dental offices, retail health practices, home healthcare agencies, nursing homes, laboratories, medical research facilities, mortuary and autopsy centers, funeral homes, veterinary clinics, blood banks, blood collection services, and other health facilities.
When removing, transporting, and disposing of biomedical waste, safety and efficiency are key. MWA offers quality services to health care professionals in the Kingsport area.
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More About Kingsport TN
Kingsport received its name after being dubbed the “King’s Port” because of a popular spot on the Holston River known as the King’s Boat Yard, the head of navigation for the Tennessee Valley. Kingsport’s historic roots are evident in cultural sites like the Netherland Inn and Exchange Place, as well as the historic downtown.
Kingsport truly has the best of both worlds; southern hospitality and quiet, scenic views, as well as all the amenities of a larger city. People from all over attend beloved annual festivals such as Fun Fest, a 2-week community festival that features art exhibits, family-friendly activities, a hot air balloon race, and nightly concerts.
For the outdoors lover, a trip to Bays Mountain Park and Planetarium is a must. This state park features a planetarium with year-round events, interactive animal exhibits, boat rides on their freshwater lake, and miles of hiking trails. You can also walk or bike the lush 9-mile Greenbelt, or take your four-legged friend to Warriors Path State Park. When you visit the Kingsport Farmers Market, don’t forget to take a ride on the nostalgic Kingsport Carousel.
After a long day in the sun, nothing sounds better than jumping in the pool at the newly-renovated Kingsport Aquatic Center. This waterpark is complete with indoor and outdoor swimming pools, water slides, a water playground, and a lazy river. Kingsport also offers exceptional cuisine all across town from fine dining downtown to local BBQ joints. And no trip to Kingsport is complete without a burger and fries from the original Pal’s Sudden Service, a beloved regional fast-food restaurant chain open since the 1950s. It’s a little known fact that the first Long Island Iced Tea recipe originates from Kingsport. In the 1920s during the prohibition, Charles Bishop, also known as “Old Man Bishop” created the drink while living on Long Island in the Holston River in Kingsport.
Kingsport offers more than just entertainment. Many local universities have branches in Kingsport, including East Tennessee State University, Milligan College, King University, Northeast State Community College, and Lincoln Memorial University.
Kingsport’s economy is largely driven by the Eastman Chemical Company, an independent global specialty chemical company that produces a broad range of advanced materials, fibers, and chemicals. The company has over 50 manufacturing sites across the globe and employs approximately 14,500 people.
No city is complete without an exceptional healthcare system for residents and visitors alike.
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