Cancer Care - Inpatient and outpatient services for individuals in all phases
of cancer treatment are provided by chemotherapy-certified nurses and nationally
certified oncology nurses.
Care Unit - Skilled ICU nurses closely follow the progress and
attend to the needs of patients in serious or life-threatening conditions.
The ICU is fully supported by sophisticated, computerized monitoring
systems and is staffed by nurses who hold advanced certifications.
Medical Floor - Patients experiencing medical problems such as pneumonia
or complications of cancer are cared for by medical floor nurses.
The Children's Place - While most pediatric medical issues are
handled on an outpatient basis, some still require a little time
in the hospital. Children up to 15 years are cared for by trained
and experienced pediatric nurses in this attractively designed unit.
Progressive Care Unit - PCU provides a transition from the ICU to standard
hospital care. Patients are continuously monitored via telemetry from each room and
are cared for by ICU-qualified nurses.
Surgical Floor - Specializing in post-surgical care, surgical floor nurses
attend patients from the time they are released from the recovery room until discharged
by the physician.