INTENSIVE CARE UNITS
Intensive Care Units (ICUs) are specialised hospital wards for those who are critically ill or in unstable conditions, they are offered intense care (treatment and monitoring).
There are four types of ICUs (medical, surgical, cardiac, and general), with 37 beds reserved for patients recovering from cardiac surgery, those who have had strokes, and those who require specialised care in neonatal and paediatric ICUs.
These ICUs combine a variety of specialties and technologies to give patients who are critically sick and in intense pain a chance at survival. The systematic organisation of critical care services affects crucial overall outcome indicators including mortality, duration of stay, and infection rates, which is why our ICUs are created and operated.