Known across the nation as “Music City,” Nashville, Tennessee is a hub of distinguished arts, thriving business, and all things music—from honky-tonk country to the biggest names in pop.
Nashville is the capital of the state of Tennessee and has the largest population in the state.
Situated on the Cumberland River, Nashville is conveniently located at the intersection of three major interstate highways, I-40, I-65, and I-24, with many regional cities only a day’s drive away. This middle Tennessee city has all the perks of city life with easy access to beloved southern gems like the Smokies and the Appalachian Trail.
MWA is the leading provider of medical waste disposal services in the greater Nashville, Tennessee metropolitan area.
Nashville is home to more than 300 health care companies, including Hospital Corporation of America (HCA), the world’s largest private operator of hospitals. Vanderbilt University Medical Center is a medical provider with multiple hospitals in the city and clinics and facilities throughout Middle Tennessee.
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. MWA helps it’s clients understand those regulations and puts best practices into their daily operations. This allows all parties to keep safety top of mind when disposing of biohazardous waste products.
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 Nashville area.
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Since Nashville’s beginning in the late 1700s, when settlers celebrated a safe journey on the Cumberland River with fiddle playing and buck dancing, Nashville has been filled with the sounds of live music. It’s home to the iconic Ryman Auditorium, nicknamed the “Carnegie Hall of the South”. Ryman Auditorium has enchanted residents, tourists, and musicians for years, featuring artists like Elvis Pressley and Johnny Cash.
The Fisk Jubilee Singers from Nashville’s Fisk University put their hometown on the map in the 1800s with their around-the-world music tours that funded the school’s mission of educating freed slaves after the Civil War. When they performed for the Queen of England, she remarked they must come from “Music City”, setting the tone for Nashville’s future as the ultimate destination for songwriting, performing, and music publishing.
Nashville’s iconic skyline houses tourist destinations like the Country Music Hall of Fame, The Grand Ole Opry House, the Johnny Cash museum, and the District. For a glimpse into Nashville’s history, visit the nearby Cabin-Museum of noted frontiersman and Congressman Davy Crockett, “Nashville’s first celebrity.”
Annual events such as the Country Music Awards, The Tennessee State Fair, and every kind of festival—from BBQ to Fashion Week— are held in the heart of Nashville. In Nashville, there’s truly an event or show for every walk of life.
But tourists and visitors aren’t the only ones who love all Nashville has to offer. For residents, Nashville has exceptional suburbs to make a home for a lifetime, such as Franklin, Brentwood, and Nolensville. These suburbs give families affordable housing options with the benefit of close proximity to the bustling city.
Nashville loves to rally behind the various professional sports teams based out of the city. Fans cheer on the Nashville Predators on the ice rink, the Tennessee Titans on the football field, Nashville SC on the soccer field, and the Nashville Sounds on the baseball diamond. These teams have united the city in competition and brought an additional level of tourism to the economy.
Music City is also the site of a number of renowned Universities: Tennessee State University, Lipscomb University, Belmont University, Fisk University, Trevecca Nazarene University, and Vanderbilt University. Vanderbilt is known across the country for its prestigious medical, legal, and educational programs, making it one of the most prestigious research universities in the U.S.
Even with an economy fueled by the music industry and tourism, Nashville’s largest industry is health care.
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