Founded in 2013 by our Medical Director, Dr. Jack LeDonne, MD, VA-BC, Chesapeake Vascular Access specializes in the creation and improvement of vascular access programs at hospitals of all sizes.
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.
How? Why? Is there a better way? Fundamental questions we ask ourselves about our lives and our work every day.
Building the Future
We make decisions for the long-term benefit of our people, our patients, and our customers.
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 retired as Director of Vascular Access at Greater Baltimore Medical Center in 2015, and currently serves as Medical Director of Chesapeake Vascular Access and it’s sister company, StatPoint Medical.
Vascular access is Dr. LeDonne’s clinical and research interest. He has ten publications, including two videos, to his credit. He is Vascular Access Board Certified, a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, and past president of The Association for Vascular Access.