IINTENSIVE CARE UNIT ( I.C.U)
The best care
10 BEDDED SPACIOUS FULLY EQUIPPED
STATE OF THE ART ICU WITH ISOLATION BED
AND IN HOUSE DIALYSIS
Patients who come to the hospital sometimes need an additional level of care that exceeds what they typically receive as an inpatient. When they are critically ill or injured, we may admit them to our ICU. There, they receive care for organ failure, sepsis, respiratory distress, head injuries and other critical conditions.
Our ICU delivers a higher degree of specialized care, close monitoring and individual attention. ICU team members include physicians, nurses and other clinicians with additional training to work in this environment and often have years of experience caring for critical patients. In addition, our ICU is equipped with healthcare technology and devices not found in a typical inpatient hospital room.
Patients are admitted directly to the ICU from the emergency room in many cases. But they can also be transferred from another floor should they require our critical care services.
Visiting the ICU
Visiting Hours: 4 p.m to 6 p.m.
Intensive and critical care units observe limited visiting periods because of the level of care needed. Occasionally, an emergency or procedure in the unit may delay the start of visitation. Should this occur, every effort will be made to allow visitation as soon as possible.
Personal items should be kept to a minimum to decrease the risk of infection. Live plants or flowers are not permitted. All visitors must wash their hands both before and after visits and observe any other precautions, such as wearing a gown, gloves or mask if required.
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