The Critical Care Unit is a specifically designated area within the hospital where continuous monitoring, assessment, evaluation and treatment is provided to critically ill patients experiencing a life threatening condition.
A specially trained team of nurses, doctors, physiotherapists, dieticians, occupational therapist, pharmacists, respiratory therapists, speech language pathologists and social workers provide care and support to the critically ill patient and their families.
Patient rooms in the intensive care area are primarily private rooms with windows to the outside and glass doors to the hall in order to allow our health professionals to visually monitor patients while providing a degree of privacy.
Families and visitors of those in the Critical Care Unit are offered a comfortable space for their use in a dedicated waiting room and private quiet room adjacent to the unit.
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