To provide a simple solution for managing medical waste that will reduce risk, promote safety, and increase compliance awareness in the United States.
QuickMed is a private company that is locally owned and operated. The founder, Jerell Harris Sr., has more than six years of training and industry related experience. In addition, his advisory board consists of healthcare experts who have more than 20 years of experience, which include environmental safety. Mr. Harris holds a B.B.A. from Belmont University with concentration in entrepreneurship and is working towards completing the M.B.A. program.
Jerell has more than 12 years of experience managing service-based businesses. His overarching goal is to develop a service based business that is filled with integrity, loyalty, and high quality. As a private company, QuickMed is not pressured by shareholders to ramp up profits, which allows organic growth to occur within its business model. In addition, Jerell is committed to making sure each client is satisfied with QuickMed’s service by implementing concise training programs and providing a platform for clients to express their concerns.
If you are a client with concerns, please direct your emails to firstname.lastname@example.org.
QuickMed is proud to say that our staff, our partners, and our suppliers operate from earth friendly business models. Some of those practices include properly separating and disposing of medical waste; using environmentally friendly processes; sharing environmental friendly waste storing processes with clients; reducing the use of paper during training sessions; and going beyond industry standards to make sure the company is leaving a safer planet for multiple generations.
QuickMed is also working on ways to strengthen its social responsibility. Currently, our employees will collect a one-gallon container from residential syringe users free of charge*.
*5 one-gallon containers will be collected per month – one container per household in a 12-month period. Please contact a representative for more information 615-507-8295.
The founder of QuickMed lost his mother to breast cancer at an early age and has a strong desire to help fight all forms of cancer. In order to help fight this battle, he has decided to donate $5.00 to American Cancer Society whenever a new client uses QuickMed’s services or an existing client has his or her service agreement renewed.