Our critical care services provide a lifeline to our sickest patients. We deliver a broad range of services 24 hours a day in dedicated facilities called intensive care units (ICUs).
Whether patients are recovering from a heart attack or brain surgery, we provide the treatments and ongoing monitoring that keeps their care moving forward.
Other highlights of our program include:
Services we deliver in our ICUs often include:
Our ICUs deliver specialized care that helps patients heal from a broad range of life-threatening illnesses and injuries.
Specialized ICU services at AHN include:
We provide ongoing monitoring for patients who have experienced a heart attack or are recovering from heart surgery. We deliver effective care that helps many patients resume full, active lives.
This unit treats people with serious medical conditions, such as blood infections. We also care for people after major surgical procedures, such as kidney transplants. Critical care doctors are on-site 24 hours a day. They provide timely care to keep your loved one’s recovery moving forward.
Physicians from all over western Pennsylvania regularly refer sick and premature babies to our NICUs. They choose us because we offer a level of care that’s not widely available.
Our team includes neonatologists (newborn doctors), neonatal nurses, and other specialists who provide round-the-clock care. Our services help babies with conditions, such as heart defects and digestive problems, get better so they can return to their families sooner.
We care for patients recovering from brain and spinal cord surgery. AHN is the only program in western Pennsylvania with fellowship-trained neurocritical care doctors. Their specialized care helps your loved one achieve the best possible results.
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