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Peak Mobile Vascular Access of El Paso, TX 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 El Paso, TX 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.
Silvia L. Castro, Registered Nurse, graduated from The University of Texas at El Paso in 2000. As a novice nurse, she started her career in the area of Critical Care. In 2002, she discovered her passion for Vascular access. Through her years of experience, she was able to initiate vascular access services for one of the biggest hospital corporations with great success. In 2012, she had the opportunity to present her midline program outcomes at the association of vascular access in San Antonio, TX. In 2017, she opened a critical care unit for the first private teaching hospital in El Paso, TX. She implemented a vascular access program for this new facility with great outcomes. Today, she continues her passion In vascular access and has become the owner of EPICC Vascular for Southern New Mexico and West Texas. Her goal is to standardize vascular access practice in the region, reduce patient re-admissions, provide high quality and cost-effective services and improve patient outcomes.
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.