National Kidney Month is wrapping up, but we do Dialysis Catheters 365 days a year.
Many of you have seen us in our green National Kidney Month T-shirts, helping to bring awareness and compassionate care to those with Kidney Disease and Renal Failure. But no matter what the national focus may be, and what shirt you may find us in, our clients rest easy knowing our patient-centric approach starts with offering Dialysis Catheters 365 days a year.
Vascular Wellness clinicians can typically place lines the same day they’re ordered, including nights, weekends, and holidays so treatment can begin right away. We show up at the patient’s bedside and thoroughly review medical records, collaborate with the care team, and when able, we make sure the patient is educated and comfortable before we begin.
The most common response we hear from patients when we’re done is “That was a piece of cake!”
Having a skilled partner with the expertise to successfully perform these procedures as soon as they are clinically indicated – at the patient’s bedside – can improve patient outcomes and decrease hospital and patient costs significantly.
There’s no upfront cost or commitment to get started, so whether you currently partner with us but haven’t explored how we can help with temporary dialysis catheters at the bedside, or you haven’t connected with us at all, let’s chat.
If you missed our previous emails this month, or want to revisit them, follow the links below:
Dialysis Catheters 365 Days a Year
Patient Cases: Vascular Access for Dialysis
What makes Vascular Wellness the Right Choice?
- >98% success rate
- 3-hour average response
- 24/7 call center
- 7 days/week, including nights, weekends & holidays
- 0% insertion-related infection rate
- Large & small bore lines
- Dialysis catheters
If you require Vascular Access or want to learn more, speak to the team at Vascular Wellness today. For the latest articles and insights, follow us on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram.
Vascular Wellness provides:
(1) Comprehensive vascular access services to North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia;
(2) Customized vascular access services to Tennessee and Georgia; and
(3) Support vascular access services to Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Kentucky