We thrive on being the perfusion industry standard.
Perfusion Services: Partners & Support
If your hospital team is considering outsourced perfusion services, look no further than SpecialtyCare for a staff that is dedicated to delivering the best patient care.
Support From SpecialtyCare
Networks and hospitals all over the U.S. choose us for our vast resources and commitment to patient care. Our associates are highly trained and fully prepared to work in any OR setting.
Our clinicians are local and experienced, and they follow all evidence-based practice guidelines for perfusion and other related procedures.
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In addition, we provide:
- The best-in-class equipment and supplies the industry has to offer
- Consistent hands-on management to ensure patient safety and quality
- Clinical-level data reports with benchmarking capabilities
- The opportunity to institute life support programs, destination therapy programs, hyperthermia programs, and other courses of treatment
SpecialtyCare Clinicians & ECLS
SpecialtyCare clinicians also specialize in performing two types of life support procedures (ECLS) in and outside the OR:
Perfusionist Initiation and Consultation.
SpecialtyCare will handle the setup and initial monitoring of the patient, usually for the first 24 to 48 hours. The responsibility for monitoring is later transferred to hospital personnel, typically an intensive care nurse. However, the SpecialtyCare team performs daily rounds, and standby services are available when caseloads are heavier than usual.
SpecialtyCare will set up and monitor the life support patient 24/7. This service includes all equipment and supplies.
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Perfusion Services & Support
There are many other ways SpecialtyCare supports surgeons and hospitals. Here is a list of additional services, equipment, and supplies that we provide:
We Also Support You in Cost
As a leader in outsourced clinical services, SpecialtyCare also provides tremendous cost support through savings. Our perfusion team saves you the cost of hiring, training, and obtaining perfusion support that may not suit your surgical needs. And our buying power in the United States provides you with top-of-the-line equipment and products at competitive rates from leading manufacturers, such as:
- Terumo Cardiovascular Systems
- LivaNova (formerly Sorin)
Let SpecialtyCare Support You with our Perfusion Services
At SpecialtyCare, our goal is to help you assemble a surgical room of excellent support for the patient and to provide the best possible outcome. Our philosophy is based on our values and the belief that a combination of sound, standardized procedures and dedicated personal service is needed to ensure the very best in patient care, operational efficiency, and cost management. Please reach out to us today if you’re in need of support in the operating rooms.
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