ImageFIRST Announces Regulated Medical Waste Services Promotion

October 30, 2017

ImageFIRST, a provider of healthcare laundry and linen services in Mobile, AL, and throughout the country, is currently offering a free month of service or a $35 Visa gift card to medical facilities in Georgia who schedule an in-person courtesy assessment of their medical waste services.

State legislation requires all healthcare facilities to be responsible for packaging, labeling, and disposing of their medical waste. However, without assistance, these tasks can be time-consuming and take staff's focus away from patient care. To alleviate the burden of medical waste disposal, ImageFIRST offers compliant and fully-managed medical waste services to healthcare facilities in select counties of Georgia.

ImageFIRST's regulated medical waste disposal services ensure that medical waste and sharps are disposed of in full compliance with state and medical regulations. Their proprietary barcode tracking system is designed to ensure safe and efficient "cradle-to-grave" processing. ImageFIRST's pricing model also ensures that customers are billed only for what is picked up, with no set monthly charges and no additional fees for emergency pick-ups.

The medical waste services promotion is available to new and current ImageFIRST customers in select counties in Georgia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, and South Carolina through December 31, 2017. A full list of the counties to which ImageFIRST provides medical waste services can be found here:

Interested parties can contact ImageFIRST for information about medical waste management by visiting, emailing, or calling 800-566-2137.

ImageFIRST also offers other services that allow medical staff to prioritize their patients, such as medical linen laundry services and inventory management assistance. To learn more about their medical uniforms and other products in Rome, GA, contact ImageFIRST at 800-932-7472 or visit


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