Promote superior care for patients, provide exceptional services to physicians, and create a fulfilling environment for teammates! That is the Lifeline mission statement.
At Lifeline Vascular Access Center Fort Lauderdale, the physicians and clinical care team take pride in delivering dedicated, compassionate and highly specialized procedures for those in need of vascular services. Our patients receive proactive care, early intervention, and are able to maintain a quality of life that is all too often compromised by disease.
Through this early detection and timely resolution of access dysfunction, the physicians at our outpatient center are better able to ensure the best possible outcomes for every patient we treat, resulting in fewer missed dialysis treatments and a lower frequency of complications which may lead to hospitalization*.
Since opening in 2014, Lifeline Vascular Access Center Fort Lauderdale has had over 3,500 patient encounters, and has sustained an impressive 99% overall procedure success rate. Under the new physician leadership of FKP Nephrologist, Dr. Reinaldo Rosario, M.D., our continuing goal is to serve the patients within the community in a dedicated, positive, environment and provide them with superior care.
We are committed to ensuring that that with each and every visit, our patients can expect to be treated the same: as the most important patient in our center!
Lifeline Vascular Access Center Ft. Lauderdale, as part of the Lifeline Vascular Access system of centers, is accredited by The Joint Commission is located 2283 SW 2ndStreet, Pompano Beach, FL, 33069. For more information about the facility and our services, call 954-978-7932 or visit us on the web at ftl.lifelinevascularaccess.com
*Based on a study conducted by Dobson | DaVanzo & Associates, published in Seminars in Dialysis 26.5 (2013), “Clinical and Economic Value of Performing Dialysis Vascular Access Procedures in a Freestanding Office-Based Center as Compared with the Hospital Outpatient Department among Medicare ESRD Beneficiaries”.