In cases of serious illness and need for high patient monitoring and care, patients are transferred to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).
In the Intensive Care Unit, patients get continuous monitoring and treatment, benefiting from a higher level of safety and prevention of any undesirable situations that may arise during a patient stay.
When a patient status is considered stable by the attending doctor, there is always the option for the patient to be transferred and treated in a High Dependency Unit (HDU) room available adjacent to the ICU.
The Intensive Care Unit of the Mediterranean Hospital of Cyprus is located on the first floor of the hospital.
It could accommodate four highly acute patients with all needed equipment being readily available.
The ICU can treat any medical, surgical and even complicated cardiac cases.
The Intensive Care Unit is also supported by the on call anasthesiologist on a 24 - hour basis throughout the year.
Besides the provision of nursing services to the ICU, the department staff participates also to the in-house Rescue Team in cases of a heart failure of inpatient cases within the hospital.
The Intensive Care Unit of the Mediterranean Hospital of Cyprus is covered by specialists Intensive care doctors on a 24/7/365 basis. The Intensive Care doctors are always in house ensuring the high levels of patient safety offered.