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In Michigan, the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) oversee the medical waste management program. The act is called the “Michigan Medical Waste Regulatory Act” (MWRA) and it is enforced by the “Medical Waste Regulatory Program” (MWRP).
In Inkster, Michigan and the state of Michigan, there are specific laws and regulations medical waste generators must follow. It is the responsibility of the generating facility to know those laws. They pertain to what is medical waste, it may surprise you to know unused or expired needles are considered medical waste, how long the medical waste can be stored, documentation, training of employees, and more.
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Michigan is home to top notch healthcare providers. Here are some of those providers.
Spectrum Health is based in Grand Rapids but offers services from southern Michigan to Northern Michigan. Spectrum Health’s subsidiaries include hospitals, treatment facilities, urgent care facilities, as well as physician practices that serve the western Michigan area. Spectrum Health has teams of nationally recognized doctors and providers.
Henry Ford Health Systems is based in Detroit but provides services from Saginaw to Hillsdale. Henry Ford established the health system in 1915. Today it is one of the largest Healthcare systems in Michigan.
McLaren Health Care has its headquarters in Grand Blanc, Michigan but provides healthcare related services throughout Michigan and Ohio. McLaren trains over 650 future physicians annually through its Graduate Medical Education (GME) program.
Beaumont Health is one of Southeast Michigan’s largest health care systems. Beaumont’s system consists of eight hospitals, 155 outpatient sites, nearly 5,000 physicians, more than 33,000 employees. Beaumont operates mainly in southeast Michigan from Trenton to Lenox.
Michigan Medicine, formerly the University of Michigan Health System, is the wholly owned academic medical center of the University of Michigan, in Ann Arbor. Michigan Medicine has primary care centers and specialty care centers located throughout Southeast Michigan.
Saint Joseph Mercy Health System is a health care organization serving six counties in southeast Michigan from Lansing to Livonia. It consists of five prime hospitals, nine Urgent Care Centers, and five Health Centers spread around metro Detroit, providing health care services.
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Inkster is a city in Wayne County in the state of Michigan. The city population is 25,369. The city has a total area of 6.25 square miles, all land.
The post office was renamed “Inkster” in July 1863. The village had a station on the Michigan Central Railroad by 1878. It incorporated as a village in 1926 from parts of Nankin Township and Dearborn Township. After much legal wrangling by the city of Dearborn, Dearborn Township, and the village of Inkster to sort out final borders for these communities, Inkster was incorporated as a city in 1964.