Vascular Access and Infusion Clinical Education
Modern Vascular Access will reduce complications, increase patient satisfaction, and decrease cost.
Our Promise to You
We will provide up to date education and training related to the implementation of Modern Vascular Access. Education/Training will incorporate didactic presentations (with strong video content), simulation and hands-on proctoring, as well as an assessment of the institution’s processes related to Vascular Access.
We promise to improve your vascular access care with the intent to reduce complications, improve patient satisfaction, and decrease cost.
Who We’ve Worked With
Vascular Access Consulting has integrated strategic catheter training and insertion within these organizations:
What Our Clients Are Saying
I witnessed an axillary line placed in the ED by a resident under attending supervision. I literally started crying when I saw it. Leadership recognized the inserters for the site selection. We are continuing to push for strategic placement of lines and it’s all because of you. You have made a significant impact here.
I wanted to share some good news. We recently passed our 1 year mark without a CLABSI. We are very proud of our accomplishment in an immunocompromised oncology environment. Our celebration will have to wait a little longer, but you were so helpful in raising the awareness about Central line placement and best practices that I wanted to share the success story. Thank you.
Matt Gibson is dedicated to the advancement of vascular access. He is a champion for best practice and his passion for the specialty is shown in his work. Matt supported our team’s growth last year with ultrasound guided PIV placement. He provided advanced training using a blended learning approach. The instructor led classroom content and simulation based skill practice were effective education methods. His innovative teaching style kept you engaged and wanting to learn more. Thank you Matt for your inspiration and role in kick starting our ultrasound guided PIV program at Deaconess Hospital!