You can take comfort in knowing our ICUís compassionate staff, family-friendly design and modern facilities provide a healing environment for your friends and loved ones.
We keep visiting hours flexible, and families are allowed to visit as long as itís in the best interest of the patient.
Since opening in 2001, our intensive care unit has featured the latest in life-saving technology and equipment, including ventilators and special beds that turn people who are unable to do so themselves.
The unitís family-friendly design includes a comfortable window cot in every room so that one family member can spend the night in the patientís room if necessary. The room also features a TV and VCR. For those who want to stay close but have a place to relax, the TreeHouse, a hospitality house on the campus of Liberty Hospital, offers a home-away-from-home respite.
Our nursing staff has special training to handle the most critically ill patients. All ICU nurses have advanced critical life support certification, trauma nursing certification, and critical care training. Many of the hospitalís nurses have their national certification in critical care nursing.
Our ICU is able to treat a variety of diseases and conditions, including traumas, infectious diseases, heart attacks, complicated surgery cases, and much more. Our low nurse-to-patient ratio ensures that each patient will receive high-quality, personalized care. We believe in knowing every patientís story - no one is just ďthe patient in room 231Ē. At Liberty Hospital we treat more than symptoms; we treat people Ė body, mind and spirit.
Visiting Hours and Rules
The ICU welcomes visitors during most hours except between 7-8 a.m. and 7-8 p.m.. The ICU allows two family members at a time and does not allow children under the age of 14 in the rooms.