ICU

Intensive Care Units

Intensive care units (ICUs) are specialist hospital wards. They provide intensive care (treatment and monitoring) for people in a critically ill or unstable condition.

 

The Critical Care units at the RMI combine many specialities and technologies, offering the possibility of survival to acutely and critically ill patients. Our ICUs are designed and managed because the systematic organisation of Critical Care services influences important overall outcome measures such as mortality, length of stay, and infection rates. There are 4 different types of ICUS (Medical, Surgical, Cardiac and General), with 37 beds dedicated to post-cardiac surgery patients, stroke patients, and special ICUs for neonates and pediatric cases.