How We Do It
We hire the best people and spare no expense to give them the tools and technologies they need. We pay them well and tell them how much we appreciate what they do. Keeping our people happy means they will keep you and your patients happy. If you are an experienced PICC or Home Infusion RN looking to take your skills and career to the next level, get in touch with us!
We take the responsibility of making sure you know when we will arrive, what is going to be done, how it went, and what the next steps may be. If anyone has questions, our clinicians, administrators, and Medical Director are available to answer them.
All procedure information is available online in real-time, and we provide regular reports summarizing our quality metrics. We use this data to get better and serve you better.
Meet Our Medical Director
Jack LeDonne, MD, FACS, VA-BC
Born in Brooklyn, NY, in 1952, Dr. LeDonne received his undergraduate degree from Fordham University in 1974, and attended medical school for one year in Italy. In January 1977, he enrolled in the first class at St. George’s University School of Medicine, Grenada, West Indies, and graduated in 1981.
Dr. LeDonne completed his surgical residency at the Wyckoff Heights Hospital in Brooklyn, NY, and fellowships at the Shock-Trauma Center (MIEMMS) in Baltimore and Harvard Medical School, Cambridge, MA. He has been working in the Department of Surgery at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Baltimore, MD, since 1991.
Vascular access is Dr. LeDonne’s clinical and research interest. His publications in the Journal of the American College of Surgeons: Percutaneous Cephalic Vein Cannulation (in the Delto-pectoral groove), with Ultrasound Guidance and Detecting and Fixing Errant Central Venous Catheters, without Radiography, contain the first videos published by that journal.