If your physician determines the need for constant monitoring, you may be admitted to our Intensive Care Unit. Our ICU has six fully equipped private rooms. The registered nurses in our ICU are specially trained in critical care and they constantly update their skills.
The hospitalist (an in-house internal medicine physician) may see you during daily rounds and coordinate your care with the ICU nurses and your personal primary care provider.
Intravenous medication administration or intravenous fluid therapy may be required following a hospital stay or as a prolonged treatment for a chronic condition such as cancer, neuropathy, hemophilia, heart disease, AIDS, or other conditions. Click here to visit MSS Page.
Our experienced staff manages all aspects of your care, from the intravenous catheter medication dosage to the monitoring of your response to therapy.