Why ACCESS

Nursing is more than a career — it’s a true calling. Nurses are often on the frontlines of health care — teaching, advocating, caregiving and innovating for their patients. We know all about nurses because our founder and Chief Nursing Officer, Louise Weadock, was a practicing clinical nurse before starting ACCESS Nursing Services more than 30 years ago

Louise built ACCESS on the idea that patients should be treated with comfort, dignity and excellence. She was the first to create personalized, comprehensive health care services for patients both in hospital and at home. Because of our absolute commitment to better patient outcomes in every care setting, ACCESS has built a vast and loyal client base. Our state-of-the-art nurse training programs and ever expanding health care packages ensure that ACCESS continues to surpass current standards of patient care. We’re proud of the fact that we’re constantly innovating our programs and services in order to stay on top of the rapidly changing health care environment.

Locations

ACCESS has three city center offices and seven hospital based offices in New York City, Westchester County, and New Jersey.

New York (Main Office)
16 East 40th Street, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10016
212-286-9200

Jersey City
26 Journal Square Plaza, Suite 305
Jersey City, NJ 07306
201-217-0707

Newark
50 Park Place, Suite 1245
Newark, New Jersey 07102
973-645-0401

Our Team

David Coonin

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David Coonin

Chief Marketing and Growth Officer
Diane Alvarez

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Diane Alvarez

Director of Operations for New York City Region/LHCSA Administrator
Diego Soto

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Diego Soto

Director of Human Resources
Maryann Eisele

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Maryann Eisele, BSN, RN, ONC

Clinical Services Director, NYP-Columbia University Medical Center, Hospital for Joint Diseases

The Joint Commission Advantage

The Joint Commission Advantage

As a Joint Commission-certified healthcare services agency, ACCESS guarantees all of our healthcare professionals have the necessary experience and certifications and are prepared for their assigned roles prior to entering the workplace. We meet all Joint Commission standards in the areas of human resources, performance measurement and improvement, information management, and leadership. In addition, hospitals may use ACCESS credentialing processes for all clinical staff that are assigned to a hospital. Through our high level of commitment to the national healthcare community ACCESS strives to improve patient outcomes by surpassing standards of excellence in care.