About Bayside Mobile Medical Service
Bayside Mobile Medical Service is a mobile healthcare company specializing in mobile specimen collection, processing and delivery for medical diagnostics and research purposes.
The company is owned and operated by nurses and technicians with decades of experience and cross trained in multiple allied healthcare specialties. We presently have two physicians on our advisory board and Dr. Alessandro De Vito, a pathologist with Associated Pathology Medical Group, Inc., serves as the company’s medical director.
The company began in 2005, in response to a gap in care for many of our patients created by changes in medicare reimburement policies. The objective was to create a new company that would solve the problem of factured care by providing an allied healthcare service in a model designed to meet each patients needs and consistently achieve exceptional patient care outcomes.
In 2006 Mr. Cron, began providing local home phlebotomy to non-ambulatory patients in home care and others with limited mobility. The demand for this service quickly grew and in 2007 Bayside Mobile Medical Service was incorporated as a regional mobile lab services business focused on mobile specimen collection.
Since 2007, in response to the overwhelming need for comprehensive, personalized allied healthcare services and because of our dedication to a personalized approach for each client, our company has grown by leaps and bounds each year.
Our list of clients served include local physicians, skilled nursing facilities, home care agencies, assisted living facilities, medical diagnostic laboratories, commercial corporations, medical research groups, BioTech companies and thousands of individuals and their families. They all confirm that there is a strong need for mobile medical services.
Our continuing mission is to provide an honest, professional, and patient centered approach to allied healthcare services. We are proud of what we have accomplished so far and we will continue to provide our clients, patient and their families the absolute best in patient care.
A personal message...
Many years ago, as a home caregiver for developmentally delayed and physically disabled individuals I learned what its like to have someone completely dependant on you for their total care; from physical to financial wellbeing. I’ve seen first hand the anguish in the eyes of family members worried about their loved one’s health, safety, and comfort. I know personally what its like to hold the hand of someone close to you as they pass from this world. In the pain of that experience the only comfort is knowing with certainty that they received the BEST care possible. After ten years in the allied healthcare field I’ve seen the good, the bad, and the ugly and I am determined to provide the best care for those in need. The same that I'd want for my family or myself. We hope that you will find everyone of our technicians, caregivers, and nurses adhere to this principle. We thank you for choosing Bayside Mobile Medical Service as your allied healthcare provider.
Bayside Mobile Medical Service
Our Executive Team
President & CEO, has worked in the Allied Healthcare field since 1997 in multiple specialties. Just after finishing a bachealor’s degree in psychology, he began working with developmentally delayed and physically disabled elderly individuals in group homecare. He holds three allied healthcare licenses: Certified Phlebotomy Technician, Certified Nurse Assistant, and Emergency Medical Technician. Mr. Cron has been employed by the University of California San Francisco, Department of Laboratory Medicine at San Francisco General Hospital as well as Hunter Laboratories. He has also served as a consulting laboratory technician and the San Francisco Patient Service Center manager for Expression Diagnostics, a biotech company specializing in molecular diagnostics. In addition to running Bayside Mobile Medical Service, Mr. Cron has been the specimen management consultant and research project manager for Aceris Research, and has consulted on for number of private CROs and university affiliated research organizations at Stanford University and the University of California.
Leslie Van Nuys
Advisory Board Member, has worked in allied healthcare for more than 25 years. She began her nursing career in 1985 and has been in nursing management since 1992. Mrs. Van Nuys currently serves as a psychiatric nurse and has been a nurse case manager since 2000. She has extensive experience in nursing administration and management, clinical nursing, home care, emergency room nursing, emergency medivac Life Flight, and medical case management. Mrs. Van Nuys holds a B.S. in Nursing and is Certified by the Academy of Nurse Case Managers as a Certified Case Manager. She also is a member of the National Association of Nurses in Business.