When I opened the doors to ARJ Infusion Services, I took a leap of faith in the name of compassionate care. More than 20 years later, we’re still going strong.
But the true seal of approval comes from our patients.
Earlier this year we mailed a survey to patients to gauge how we’re doing in clinical care and service. We understand our success can only be measured by our patients’ satisfaction, which is why I’m proud to report that ARJ ranks in the top 10 percent for patient satisfaction in home infusion care nationwide.
And while ARJ has evolved over the past 20 years―offering new services, expanding our clinical reach, and growing the organization to more than 100 dedicated employees―one thing remains consistent: our commitment to delivering high-quality, compassionate care to patients struggling with chronic conditions.
ARJ Through the Years
I always knew I’d pursue a career in nursing. My professors, mentors, and classmates at Avila University taught me so much—inside the classroom and out. My early experience helped shape the values we hold as a company today.
The happiness of ARJ staff has a direct impact on patient satisfaction. As a growing company, we offer employees career growth, education opportunities, and a healthy work-life balance. The success of our patients is our top priority—and we’re all in this together.
High spirits and positivity
Caring for children—and convincing them of all their amazing potential—is one of the most rewarding aspects of being a nurse. Sometimes this means responding imaginatively to their questions, which is often the case when I work with our smallest patients at summer camp.
Putting it all in perspective
This summer I had the honor of sharing ARJ’s compassionate patient care philosophy with a group of inspiring community leaders at a ceremony for Kansas City Business Journal’s Women Who Mean Business nominees. It was a rewarding experience that put my life's work into perspective—and reminded me why I work to advocate for patients and deliver compassionate care to those who need it most.
Lisa Sackuvich, R.N., B.S.N., CRNI
Owner & President
ARJ Infusion Services