Medical Waste Disposal for Morristown, TN

Morristown boasts a prime location in the northeast Tennessee region, brimming with small-town perks and Appalachian charm.

Morristown is situated between Knoxville and the Tri-Cities, with the Great Smoky Mountains to the south and Clinch Mountain to the north. Beautiful scenery, outdoor recreation, and preserved history are in all reach in this quaint Tennessee town. Morristown is the county seat of Hamblen County and is the principal city of the Morristown Statistical Area.

MWA is the leading provider of medical waste disposal services in the Morristown, Tennessee area. 

Healthcare in Morristown is anchored by Morristown-Hamblen Hospital. The hospital has a 167 room capacity with 23 designated for emergency use. It is considered the main healthcare center in the Morristown metropolitan area.

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 as your medical waste provider, 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 category 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 Morristown, TN area.

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More Morristown, TN Information

The area is benefited by the Morristown Regional Airport, giving the town an additional level of tourism from those traveling. Whether Morristown is a pitstop or your forever home, it’s easy to see it’s charm makes it a wonderful place to visit or live.

One unique feature of Morristown’s historic downtown is that it’s the home of the only overhead sidewalk system in the U.S. The system, known as Skymart, connects offices, residences, and a business center high above the streets.

strawberry festival Throughout the year, Morristown hosts many beloved festivals that bring in people from near and far; the Morristown Strawberry Festival, with locally harvested strawberries, the Morristown Craft Beer Festival featuring live music, and the Mountain Makins Festival, where arts and crafts are displayed and sold at the Rose Center, Morristown’s local cultural center.

For the outdoor lover, the Cherokee Park and Cherokee Lake will not disappoint. The park offers a par-62 disc golf course, three playgrounds, Hamblen Marina, a campground, indoor and outdoor pavilions, and the Citizen Tribune Jefferson Federal Amphitheater. Hiking, biking, and fishing are all available against the backdrop of gorgeous mountainous views.

Morristown is home to the Davy Crockett Museum, a replica of the boyhood home of American frontiersman and Tennessee native, Davy Crockett. This site was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2014 and contains real artifacts from his childhood. There are many avenues to pursue higher education in Morristown. The main campus of Walters State Community College is located in town, as well as the main campus and the aviation technology expansion campus of the Tennessee College of Applied Technology – Morristown.

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