Office Phone: 540-883-3122
Fax Number: 540-277-2518
107 W. Marshall St.
Middleburg, VA 20117
PO Box 544
Middleburg, VA 20118
Middleburg Home Care, LLC was started in Maryland in 1998, by a Registered Nurse, Michelle Lane, MSN, RN. The company was initially called Hi Tech Infusions and provided Intrathecal Pump Refills and Intravenous Infusions to patients. In 2015 we expanded into Virginia and added all Skilled Nursing Care and Physical Therapy Services.
Michelle has been a Nursing Expert Witness in Medical Malpractice cases occurring in thirteen states and DC, helping people or their families disabled or are deceased from catastrophic injuries which occurred from poor or neglectful medical and nursing care.
When Hi Tech Infusions was licensed in Virginia, we became became a Home Healthcare Organization, providing not only Skilled Nursing Care, we added Physical and Occupational Therapy, and the Personal Care Assistant Division. The care of patient's using the important "Waiver" was added as this Waiver keeps patients patients in their homes, preventing people from having to enter a nursing homes.
We pay above scale to retain the BEST STAFF.
Middleburg Home Care's Service Area is wide. We cover the Greater Middleburg Agricultural Area, which is Loudoun into Fauquier, Clarke, Frederick, Winchester, Warren & Shenandoah and Rappahannock Counties plus, we currently service many patients in Fairfax, Prince Williams & Stafford Counties/ Fredericksburg.
The map to the left and we travel approximately 75 miles outside the 20117 Zip Code to our patients.
Michelle Lane, RN, MSN
Owner & President
Our Mission has never changed: Provide the highest quality Home Healthcare Services with the same nurturing kindness to each and every patient, no matter their socioeconomic status, religion, education or ethnicity or gender.
Our Goals for our patients:
1. Being kind & compassionate while providing excellent nursing support.
2. Helping patients get back to their previous level of health and independence.
3. Ensuring patients' safety is maintained at all times while supporting their comfort during their activities of daily living.
4. Identifying each patients' position on the Healthcare Spectrum and helping them reach their healthiest possible placement on that Spectrum.
Michelle Lane, MSN, RN is the Owner and President of Middleburg HomeCare, LLC, a Virginia Home Healthcare Organization performing Skilled Nursing, Physical Therapy and In-home Elderly & Disabled Community Waiver Services for Pediatric and Disabled Adults patients. She also works in multiple states as a Nusing Expert Witness in Medical Malpractice Cases. She’s helped win millions of dollars for injured or deceased patients’ families, which has been highlighted in several MD Nursing magazines.
Her previous work which got her to this point took both Clinical and Policy, Legislative and Political Tracks.
Michelle was Fellow in MD Congressman Robert Ehrlich, Jr’s Congressional Office supporting his Constituents with their Medicare and Medicaid issues and she tracked Federal healthcare legislation, when she was a RN to BSN Student. She also worked on his Gubernatorial Campaign on policy issues and speech writing. When he became Governor Ehrlich, he appointed Michelle to be Maryland Executive Director at the MD Department of Human Services, DHR (MD Social Services Agency) where she was tasked with restructuring Long-term Medicaid Policy & Fostercare Issues. She later moved to the Governor's Office for Children, Youth & Families as an Executive Director of MD Commission for Infant Mortality Prevention. She also was the Director of the Children’s Trust Fund, preventing child abuse and was approved by the MD Senate to serve an appointment on the Citizen’s Review Board for Children, which oversaw Sentinel Events occurring in Maryland’s Fostercare System.
When asked, Michelle says that she believes her most important achievement was her work restructuring Fostercare, so children received the necessary and mandated health and mental healthcare services, which are required and codified in Law. Her work was highlighted by the MD Nurses Association in their 2006 Calendar.
She later served an appointment as a full-time Clinical Professor of Nursing at Towson University and was their Coordinator of Medical/ Surgical Nursing. Earlier in her career, Michelle worked as a RN at Johns Hopkins, in the SICU and Burn ICU, and at the University of Maryland in the Multi-trauma ICU & Cardiothoracic Transplant ICU. Additionally, Michelle was the Clinical Coordinator at the University of Maryland, St. Joseph's Medical Center’s Acute Pain Service, where she was employed in the Department of Medicine, under the Department of Anesthesia for ten years. Her first nursing job was a Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital.
In Virginia at the request of NFIB (group successfully arguing in the Supreme Court case two years ago against COVID Vaccine Mandates) Michelle was appointed to be the counter-person on Gov. Northam's Healthcare Work Group, to off-set MoveOn.org's Appointment. This workgroup reviewed Personal Care Assistant's Daily Operations and the Nursing Care Plans, under which PCA’s work while supporting Virginia's citizens receiving the Medicaid Community Waiver.
Michelle's work prevented MoveOn.org from disrupting the Elderly and Disabled Community Waiver. Her work keeps Virginians from having to enter a Nursing Home, Group Home or Assisted Living programs.
Michelle and her former husband Roger Smithwick, a racehorse trainer, wrote a parent’s book about children and horseback riding, called Get Your Child Horseback Riding, which includes an important section about disabled children and how horseback riding is physically beneficial but also neurologically and emotionally helpful to children as they move through their developmental levels. She resides in Bluemeont and is proud of her three grown children and one grandchild.
Biography, Michelle Lane, RN, MSN, Owner & President