Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
Specialized life-saving care. The Intensive Care Unit is for patients who require very close observation and intensive nursing care around-the-clock.
Our health care professionals are highly trained to provide around-the-clock intensive monitoring and treatment of patients. We understand that when a loved one is admitted to ICU he/she is not the only one affected.
More information about the ICU
A hospital chaplain is on call to provide comfort and support to patients and family members. Please let us know if you want us to contact a clergy member or chaplain on your behalf.
Meals and snacks are available in the hospital cafeteria, located on the ground floor. For a modest fee, you may also order from the patient menu, anytime between 6:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.
In addition, when a patient is resting, requests no visitors, or when the health care team is providing care, visiting may be restricted.
- Please perform hand hygiene before and after visiting your loved one (use alcohol hand gel or soap and water).
- The number of visitors and length of visits may be limited to immediate family members or significant others.
- Children 10 years and older are permitted to visit.
- No more than two visitors at a time can be in the room. Please understand other patients’ visiting arrangements may differ from your loved one.
- Stop at the Nurses’ station and identify yourself when you arrive and when you call the unit.
- When a patient’s door and curtain is closed, a health care professional is attending to the patient; please do not enter the room.
More Intensive Care
- Medical Surgical Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
- Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
- Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU)