Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
University Hospitals Provides Personalized Care for Patients with Life-Threatening Conditions or Injuries
At University Hospitals Case Medical Center, our Intensive Care Unit (ICU) is a multi-purpose facility dedicated to providing individualized, comprehensive nursing care for patients who require intensive monitoring or treatment due to serious illness or injury.
Our highly skilled staff is trained to provide expert, compassionate care that meets the physical, spiritual, social, cultural, and emotional needs of each patient. From admission to discharge, our team ensures quality of care through the process of assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation.
The Intensive Care Unit primarily helps patients suffering from life-threatening, but potentially manageable conditions. The critical nature of the condition may be actual or potential, and is often associated with secondary effects on other body organs or systems. UH has extensive experience providing intensive care patients with the most advanced, progressive diagnostic and treatment services available.