• PRECISION VASCULAR ACCESS

    San Diego's Mobile PICC Nurse

  • Who We Are

    Precision. With a gentle touch.

    We are San Diego's local Vascular Access Expert Nurses.

     

    Each of our nurses are specially trained in the specialty field of vascular access and are experts in vascular access device (VAD) selection, troubleshooting and the placement of peripherally inserted central catheters (PICC) lines, midlines and ultrasound-guided peripheral IV's.

     

    Patient comfort and customer service are our highest priority.

  • What We Do

    All inclusive infusion care services

    PICC line placement

    • Designed for patients that require long-term intravenous therapy longer than one month and up to one year
    • i.e. long-term antibiotics, TPN, chemo

    Midline placement

    • Designed for patients who are difficult sticks and/or require longer-term peripheral access for up to one month
    • Better quality peripheral access
    • NOT a central line

    Ultrasound-guided PIV placement

    • Designed for patients who are difficult sticks requiring intravenous access for intermittent or short-term infusion therapy, usually less than six days.

    Comprehensive Infusion Services

    • Total infusion care services
    • Services include vascular access device placement, care and maintenance of line, lab draws, extensive patient education and follow-up care throughout the prescribed duration of therapy
  • Education

    Learn ways to improve your IV Start Skills by signing up for a class today!

    Advanced IV Skills Clinic

    Learn ways to improve your peripheral IV start skills in this fun, interactive workshop. This class is a refresher on basic IV skills plus tip and tricks from the pros to help gain more confidence with your IV insertion skills.

     

    Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider #17271, for 2.0 contact hours to be provided upon completion of the course.

     

    Click here to register today and to see a full list of the most current available classes!

     

    Save money on registration fees when you bring a buddy. Check out our special offer on our facebook page @sdivnurse under the "Offers" section for more details!

  • Shop Talk

    Frequently Asked Questions

    What are your normal operating business hours?

    Our normal operating hours are from 9am – 9pm, 7 days a week.

    Do you do PICCs/MLs/IVs after hours?

    Yes, PICCs/MLs/IVs are done after hours for an additional fee.

    What is the turnaround time for a line order to be placed?

    Typically, early orders can be placed during the same business day, but we ask for a 24 hour window from the time the order was received by our office.

    Do you do “stat” orders? If so, how long does it take for a stat line order to be placed?

    Yes, we place “stat” line orders. We try our best to accommodate a “stat” order within four hours, but we ask for an eight hour window from the time the order was received by our office.

  • Still Have Questions?

    Let us answer them for you.

    10981 San Diego Mission Rd, Ste 112
    San Diego, CA 92108
    7 days a week, 9am - 9pm
    After hours available
    619-693-7399 ph / 877-887-9814 fax
  • Career Opportunities

    Our team is top notch and growing fast!

    Infusion Nurse

    Per diem positions available

    This position requires hanging the first dose of antibiotics in the patient's home after hospital discharge with the goal of providing thorough patient education so that the patient and/or family members feel comfortable enough to continue the prescribed antibiotic regimen on their own in the home setting safely. The infusion nurse may also be responsible for first-dose infusions of specialty biotherapy medications in the office setting. Qualified nurses should possess basic knowledge of infusion related services, including but not limited to, central line dressing changes, blood work and peripheral intravenous (PIV) catheter insertions, care and maintenance.

     

    Autonomous nursing care is the ability of the nurse to assess and provide nursing actions as appropriate for patient care populations based on competence, professional expertise and knowledge. The nurse is expected to practice autonomously consistent with American Nurses Association (ANA) standards of Practice and Professional Performance and Infusion Nurses Society (INS) Infusion Nursing Standards of Practice. Independent judgement is expected to be exercised within the context of interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approaches to patient care.

     

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

    • Must be a graduate from an accredited School of Nursing
    • Registered Nurse (RN) License issued by the State of California
    • Basic Life Support (BLS) certification at the time of hire
    • Must have a minimum of one year of active nursing experience
    • Must have a valid driver's license and reliable transportation
    • Must be able to work various hours and locations based on business needs
    • Employment is subject to a criminal background check and pre-employment physical

    Vascular Access Nurse

    Per diem positions available

    The Vascular Access Nurse must be able to demonstrate advanced knowledge and skills in the insertion, care and maintenance of patients requiring intravenous (IV) access. The ideal nursing candidate will be able to demonstrate competency in inserting vascular access devices such as peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC) lines, midlines (ML) and ultrasound-guided peripheral intravenous (PIV) catheters in a variety of settings. Must be able to respond and communicate effectively with patients, families and physicians and possess strong critical thinking skills. The Vascular Access Nurse will also be responsible for any and all catheter related services, including but not limited to, providing education to patients and families regarding line care and maintenance, vascular access device dressing changes, troubleshooting, repositioning, declotting and monitoring quality metrics related to these devices.

     

    Autonomous nursing care is the ability of the nurse to assess and provide nursing actions as appropriate for patient care populations based on competence, professional expertise and knowledge. The nurse is expected to practice autonomously consistent with American Nurses Association (ANA) standards of Practice and Professional Performance and Infusion Nurses Society (INS) Infusion Nursing Standards of Practice. Independent judgement is expected to be exercised within the context of interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approaches to patient care.

     

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

    • Must be a graduate from an accredited School of Nursing
    • Registered Nurse (RN) License issued by the State of California
    • Basic Life Support (BLS) certification at the time of hire
    • Must have a minimum of two years active nursing experience
    • One year experience as a Vascular Access Nurse or a minimum of 100 documented insertions
    • Must have a valid driver's license and reliable transportation
    • Must be able to work various hours and locations based on business needs
    • Employment is subject to a criminal background check and pre-employment physical
    • Preferred: VA-BC or CRNI credentials