St. Mary’s Sacred Heart Hospital provides inpatient and critical care for people of all ages from pediatrics through geriatrics. We use an interdisciplinary approach to provide individualized diagnoses and condition-specific care. All the departments throughout our facility work collaboratively to maintain continuity of patient care from admission through discharge.
Acute, pre- and post-operative and restorative care is provided to patients with needs in the following area:
The medical-surgical unit at St. Mary’s Sacred Heart Hospital is a two 21-bed unit located on the second floor. The unit includes two negative pressure rooms that serve as isolation rooms. We also provide 16 telemetry units for cardiac monitoring.
Critical Care Unit Scope of Services:
St. Mary’s Sacred Heart Hospital provides critical care services in a dedicated 8-bed critical care unit with vital signs telemetry. We use an interdisciplinary approach to provide care that is customized to each individual patient. We collaborate across multiple departments to maintain continuity of care from admission to discharge. Critical care services include:
Visual patient monitoring
Continuous cardiac monitoring
Non-invasive blood pressure monitoring
Oxygen saturation monitoring
External cardiac pacing
Non-invasive mechanical ventilation
Arterial pressure monitoring
Emergency cardiac care
Central venous monitoring