Intensive care and Progressive care unit (ICU/PCU)

team of intensive care nurses

Our 10-bed combined intensive care and progressive unit provides highly skilled nursing for critically ill patients. Using advanced patient monitoring technology and sophisticated medical equipment, we provide continuous, comprehensive care for patients with serious conditions, including those recovering from heart attacks, surgery, stroke, severe accidents or complex illnesses.

A Comprehensive Approach

To meet each patient's unique needs, we follow a multi-disciplinary approach that involves doctors, nurses, dieticians, pharmacists, physical and respiratory therapists and social services. Our team is dedicated to providing expert healthcare and to treating patients with the compassion and respect they deserve. Expert Care Our intensive care teams include:

  • Physicians
  • Nurses
  • Respiratory therapists
  • Nutritionists and dietitians
  • Physical therapists
  • Pharmacists
  • Social workers
  • Clergy

Our intensive care units will provide treatment that goes beyond typical inpatient support in multiple ways:

  • Concentrated care – Intensive care doctors and nurses will be specially trained to care for patients with life-threatening illnesses or injuries, including stroke and heart conditions. Patients and families will experience compassionate, attentive and expert care around the clock.
  • Advanced technology – We're committed to using the most advanced technologies, procedures and equipment to help our patients, often resulting in shorter hospital stays and better outcomes.
    • Remote monitoring helps our caregivers deliver a constant, high level of attention and responsiveness.
    • Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy (CRRT) – a dialysis modality used to treat patients with acute kidney failure
    • Aggressive Transitional Care Program – where your care is coordinated with your primary care provider and specialists to lessen your chance of being readmitted to the hospital
  • Progressive Mobility Program – Because patients in intensive care are often immobilized, our team takes gradual steps to re-introduce activity and restore mobility, with the goal of returning patients to their normal functioning.