Epicc Michigan

Contact Michigan 810-202-1004

    Locally Owned and Operated

    Tonya Suckley, RN, VA-BC

    CEO, Director of Clinical Operations

    Tonya Suckley, CEO and Director of Clinical Operations for Epicc Vascular of Michigan, has been a practicing Registered Nurse for 21 years. Her passion for people and helping them, was what lead her to the nursing profession. She has worked in major hospitals, in a variety of patient care settings, and has gained a vast amount of clinical, patient experiences. Her experience ranges from pediatrics, to adult intensive care and emergency services.

    Tonya’s love for starting difficult peripheral IV’s as a rapid response and emergency nurse, began laying the foundation for her career as a vascular access nurse. She hated watching patients with poor veins get poked multiple times for IV attempts, and the passion for vein preservation for her patients began. For the last several years, Tonya has been a member of a full-service vascular access team, specializing in vascular consultations, PICC line, midline, and ultrasound peripheral IV insertion.

    Tonya is Vascular Access Board Certified, and is a member of both the Association for Vascular Access and the Infusion Nurses Society. Epicc Vascular of Michigan is dedicated to providing excellent nursing care and exceptional customer service. Our goal is to empower each patient, family member and/or nurse involved in their care, by providing thorough, and easily accessible education on their vascular access device.

    Outside of their careers, Tonya and her husband Mark stay busy with their family of six children. They enjoy being active in their Church, and spending time with family and friends. Tonya and Mark look forward to bringing Epicc Vascular to the State of Michigan, and to providing superior mobile vascular access services, and education to the community.

    Services We Offer

    Picc Lines
    Mid Lines
    Peripheral IV's
    Nurse Education
    Patient Education

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