As nurses, do we know how invasive it is and what
Peak Mobile Vascular Access of Eastern Washington provides a full spectrum of services including PICC lines, Midlines and Peripheral IV’s to clients in all areas across America. We offer exceptional quality services, highly trained professionals and top-of-the-line technology to ensure successful outcomes for our patients every time. Peak Mobile Vascular Access of Eastern Washington is dedicated to continuously expanding its coverage in order to bring professionally tailored vascular care directly to you no matter where you are located. Our number one goal is customer satisfaction and we strive to provide the best medical experience possible for every single one of our clients.
Kari has been a nurse for over 17 years, receiving her BSN from Washington State University College of Nursing. She began her career at a small rural hospital, where she wore many hats, including PICC line nurse. In 2006, Kari was invited to work per diem on a vascular access team at a larger hospital. Finding her niche, she became a full-time member of this team in 2009. During Kari’s time on the vascular access team, she was instrumental in introducing an ECG tip confirmation system to the organization.
Kari obtained her Certified Registered Nurse Infusion (CRNI) in 2013 and her MSN in Nursing Management from Sacred Heart University in 2017. Kari is passionate about the highest delivery of vascular access for quality patient care.
4 Hour hands-on course: This course gives the skilled care provider a comprehensive overview of Peripheral IV insertion and care and maintenance of all Vascular Access Devices.
This Infection Prevention Pathway includes a comprehensive series of courses designed to guide the clinician to a better understanding of guidelines and best practices they should incorporate into everyday patient care practices.
Maintenance of PICCs requires a set of washing and sealing procedures.