Critical Care Units
Types of Units and Location
Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit (CVICU)
An eight-bed unit located on the northeast wing of the first floor
Coronary Care Unit (CCU)
A six-bed unit located on the southeast wing of the first floor
Medical Intensive Care Unit (MICU)
An eight-bed unit located on the west wing of the second floor
Surgical Intensive Care Unit (SICU)
A 10-bed unit located on the northeast wing of the first floor
All of the Critical Care Units contain:
- Specialized equipment to administer the latest procedures in coronary, cardiovascular, medical and surgical intensive care on a concentrated and continuous basis.
Critical Care Unit Waiting Rooms
- The waiting area is located on the intermediate level of the Heartcare Center with three private family waiting/consultation rooms.
- The secondary waiting room is on the second floor adjacent to MICU.
- Cardiovascular Surgery
- Major surgeries
- Medical Intensive Care
- Respiratory Care
- Stabilization of Multiple Trauma
- Critical care for burn patients in the acute stabilization phase only. These patients are then transferred to another facility.
- Donor management of organs for transplant; performed under the guidelines established by Mid-America Transplant Association.