Though it’s nice to go home the same day as treatment, sometimes you may need to be admitted to the hospital for observation or ongoing care due to injury, illness or surgery. Our inpatient care team is ready to provide the general medical care and intensive care you need and make you as comfortable as possible.
What to expect when admitted to our hospitals
When you need to stay overnight or longer at one of our hospitals, you can expect:
- Around-the-clock compassionate care
- Enjoyable and healthy meals prepared by our nutritional services staff
- Access to spiritual care services, which can serve as a source of support, guidance, companionship and hope, no matter your religious belief
Depending on your injury or condition, you may receive treatment from a range of departments, such as:
- Cardiac rehabilitation – Care for patients recovering from heart surgery. You may work with specialists such as physical therapists, dietitians and exercise physiologists.
- Inpatient rehabilitation – Care for patients who have suffered a stroke, spinal cord injury, brain injury or other traumas and disorders.
- Intensive care unit (ICU) – Care for patients with serious, life-threatening injuries or conditions. Doctors and nurses in our ICUs receive special training to provide this critical care.
- Neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) – Care for newborn babies who require 24-hour monitoring for conditions such as premature birth and other complications. We offer Level III NICUs at several of our locations.
- Surgical unit – Care for patients who have had a surgical procedure.