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Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at an affordable cost

When intensive care is needed

Intensive care is needed if someone is seriously ill and requires intensive treatment and close monitoring, or if they’re having surgery and intensive care can help them recover.

Most people in an ICU have problems with 1 or more organs. For example, they may be unable to breathe on their own.

There are many different conditions and situations that can mean someone needs intensive care.

Some common reasons include:

  • a serious accident – such as a road accident, a severe head injury, a serious fall or severe burns
  • a serious short-term condition – such as a heart attack or stroke
  • a serious infection – such as sepsis or severe pneumonia
  • major surgery – this can either be a planned part of your recovery, or an emergency measure if there are complications

The Critical Care Program at Lotus Hospital will strive to provide best care for our patients in partnership with our patients and caregivers.

We are committed to:

  • Provide you with timely access to high quality care in a safe and comfortable
    environment.
  • Share meaningful information about your plan of care so you can make informed
    decisions.
  • Involve you and those most important to you in your care.
  • Listen and respond to your needs in order to build a trusting relationship.
  • Care for you with respect, compassion and dignity.

Our commitment to one another

We all have a role to ensure we have a healthy, safe and respectful place for healing in our critical care unit. As care providers, patients and families we are committed to:

  • Respecting each other.
  • Listen and engage to build trust and mutual understanding.
  • Involve one another and work as a team.
  • Take accountability for our actions and the impact they have on others.
  • Learn from our experiences and continuously improve.

The Health Care Team

All staff members of the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) work together as a team to
manage patient care, each member has special training and skills to care for
the ICU patient.

The healthcare team reviews the care and updates the progress of every patient in ICU on a daily basis and throughout the day as necessary. Each person’s experience in the ICU is different, it is normal for patients and their caregivers to need support to help manage and cope with this experience.

Your health care team understands this and is here to support you. Talk to us if you have any worries or concerns, we can help. We are partners with you in this journey.

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