Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital–Needham has a seven-bed intensive care unit (ICU) that provides critical care to medical, surgical, and cardiac patients. Patients are under the care of a dedicated intensivist and hospitalist, along with nurses who are trained in caring for patients with complex medical needs.
Patients are often admitted to the ICU from the emergency department. They are stabilized and then transferred to a medical/surgical unit for less intensive care.
The ICU has some of the most advanced equipment available today including
- Philips MP70 patient monitors
- Alaris IV pumps
- Drager ventilators
- Medtronic defibrillators
The ICU also uses electronic nursing documentation to manage patient care.
Henry Koziel, MD
ICU Nurse to Patient Ratio
|July 1, 2016 – Sept, 30 2016||1:1.3|
|April 1, 2016 – June 30, 2016||1:1.7|