Coronary Care Units (CCU)
Renal High Dependency Unit (HDU)
Post-Operative Recovery Room
Accident and Emergency Departments (A&E)
Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
NEONATAL CARE UNIT (NICU)
This is defined as the units managing newborn babies who need intensive medical attention. They would probably need continuous ventilatory support, ongoing invasive monitoring, close clinical supervision, and corrective therapies to reverse potentially life-threatening conditions.
PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE UNIT (PICU)
This is a multidisciplinary intensive care unit offering all critical care services to infants, children, and adolescents. Will develop & implement tertiary services & remain on the leading edge of advanced therapies and procedures-Will also provide consultation resources to the emergency department, the inpatient wards, and other referring centers.
ADULT INTENSIVE CARE UNIT
Here those needing continuous ventilatory and hemodynamic support, ongoing invasive monitoring, close supervision, and corrective therapies to prevent or reverse potentially & immediately life-threatening conditions are cared for. All critical care patients are managed within the same physical environment and will include a mix of medical, surgical, trauma and neuro/neurosurgery patients.